MilliporeSigma™ SNAP i.d.™ 2.0 Protein Detection System
Produces blots of a very high quality every time
Manufacturer: MilliporeSigma™ SNAP2MINI
The fast, versatile SNAP i.d. 2.0 system is designed to fully exploit three-dimensional reagent distribution. Unlike conventional Western blotting, where diffusion is the primary means of reagent transport, the SNAP i.d. 2.0 system applies a vacuum to actively drive antibodies and buffers right through the membrane. This advanced technology promotes antigen binding and thorough washing, enabling you to better optimize your Western blotting conditions.
The EMD Millipore SNAP i.d. 2.0 Protein Detection System shortens time required for blocking, washing and antibody incubations to 30 minutes, allowing you to optimize immunodetection conditions for the highest quality results.
- Unique vacuum-driven technology and a built-in flow distributor actively drive reagents through the membrane, ensuring even distribution
- Two blot holder sizes accommodatei Mini (7.5 x 8.4 cm) (Cat. No. SNP2BHMN100) or Midi (8.5 x 13.5cm) (Cat. No. SNP2BHMD100) size gels and two blot holders can be run in parallel
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|Protein Detection System Mini|
|Detection base, 2 midi blot holding frames, 2 antibody collection trays, vacuum tubing, rolling pad and blot roller, 2 wetting trays and a quick start guide|
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