SWIFT™ Transfer Pads
Western blot analysis of proteins is a routine and commonly used technique in research laboratories, with 3 major drawbacks. The first is the amount of time taken to transfer the proteins to a protein binding membrane; the second is the variable efficiency of the transfer and the third is problems in transferring high molecular weight proteins. Other minor drawbacks also exist with the Western blotting technique and these include overheating of the apparatus, shorting out of power packs due to excess current and the messy assembling of transfer sandwiches.
- High efficiency protein transfer
- Reduce transfer time by up to 50%
- No overheating or power shorts
- No distortion or poor high molecular weight protein transfer
- All Western blot applications
- For improved transfer of high molecular weight proteins
|Material Safety Data Sheet
|Enhanced Protein Transfer, Including High Molecular Weight Proteins
|Western Blotting Handbook
|From protein electrophoresis and Western transfer to blocking, probing and detection of membrane immobilized proteins.