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The 22 Minute Western Blot - ADVERTISEMENT

   

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    Abstract

    Developed to meet the needs of our Western blotting customers, the SNAP i.d. system produces blots of a very high quality every time in record time! Unique vacuum-driven technology and a built-in flow distributor actively drive reagents through the membrane, ensuring even distribution. Three different sizes of blot holders accommodate up to three blots each, and two blot holders can be run in parallel. Thus, you can process up to six blots at the same time, quickly optimize conditions and greatly increase your protein detection throughput.

    Typically, researchers lack the time to optimize their blotting protocols. By shortening the time required for blocking, washing and antibody incubations to 30 minutes, the SNAP i.d. system allows you to optimize your immunodetection conditions for the highest quality results.

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    very interesting vedio, good job!
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    Posted by: yu l.September 19, 2009, 4:41 PM

    Our lab has one of these things. It sits on a shelf. The "blot holders" are way to expensive, you have to use more antibody because the dilution needs to be higher, and there is a ton of background on the blots. Also, the unit clogs all the time. Not worth the cash at all.
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    Posted by: AnonymousJune 8, 2010, 12:23 PM

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