The TurboBlotter™ system is a rapid downward blotting device for high-resolution transfer of DNA and RNA.
The conventional Northern/Southern transfer stack has been turned upside down in order to take advantage of gravity. No heavy weights are required on the top of the transfer stack, eliminating the messy set-up of standard upward capillary transfers.
The TurboBlotter System offers greater speed, target resolution, and convenience versus traditional blotting procedures. Alkaline DNA transfers can be performed in as little as one hour, while neutral (SSC) transfers of DNA and RNA take only three hours.
Whatman™ TurboBlotter Features:
Rapid – downward capillary transfer allows for alkaline buffer transfers in one hour and neutral (SSC) transfers in three hours
Economical – reusable blotting device requires less buffer and blotting paper. Convenient refill packs available.
Compact – has a smaller footprint than most homemade devices and is stackable. Up to five units can be stacked on top of each other during transfers.
Easy to use – very easy to set up and works without power or vacuum source
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