Trans–Blot® SD Semi–Dry Electrophoretic Transfer Cell (170-3940)

Trans–Blot® SD Semi–Dry Electrophoretic Transfer Cell (170-3940)
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The Trans-Blot SD semi-dry transfer cell allows fast, efficient, economical blotting without a buffer tank or gel cassettes. Features and benefits: Transfers take place in as little as 1...read more

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Guruprasad Kulkarni


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RATING: 4.7

  • 5 out of 5EASE OF USE
  • 4 out of 5AFTER SALES SERVICE
  • 5 out of 5VALUE FOR MONEY




Review date: 01 May 2014

Application Area: For Analysis
Trans–Blot® SD Semi–Dry Electrophoretic Transfer Cell (170-3940)

"It delivers fast consistent result. It is a time saving instrument which allows reduced buffer consumption. "

Description

 

The Trans-Blot SD semi-dry transfer cell allows fast, efficient, economical blotting without a buffer tank or gel cassettes.

Features and benefits:

  • Transfers take place in as little as 15-60 minutes
  • Minimal buffer requirements save money
  • Capacity to transfer up to four Mini-PROTEAN® precast or handcast gels, or three Criterion™ gels
  • Single-step locking system allows simple, speedy setup
  • Platinum-coated titanium anode plate electrodes and stainless-steel cathode plate electrodes provide consistent and reliable transfers, durability, and long life
  • Extra plastic templates required by other semi-dry blotters to prevent electrode short circuits are unnecessary
  • Safety cover breaks the electrical current when lifted, preventing electrical shock

Applications and uses:

  • Western blotting
  • Nucleic acid transfer
  • Northern and Southern blot transfers in 10-35 minutes
  • Transfer of DNA and RNA using the unique agarose gel semi-dry blotting support frame

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