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MultiScreen® Filter Plate with Ultracel®-10 Membrane High Throughput UF Technology
MultiScreen® filter plate with Ultracel®-10 membrane provides a new method for high throughput sample prep. The ultrafiltration-based filter plate is designed for automation-compatible sample purification, concentration and desalting of biological solutions, as well as protein removal from samples prior to instrument analysis.
The 96-well MultiScreen® filter plate incorporates Ultracel®-10 10,000 kDa nominal molecular weight limit regenerated cellulose ultrafiltration membrane for low-binding, high recovery results. It is designed for use with centrifugation and is compatible with standard microtiter plates, instrumentation, and liquid handling equipment.
MultiScreen® filter plate with Ultracel®-10 membrane is designed for low protein binding and high protein retention. The assay-grade plates meet stringent manufacturing release specifications and are lot tested for protein retention for >95% retention of cytochrome c (12,500 Daltons). They also offer high well-to-well uniformity of performance.
MultiScreen® filter plates with Ultracel®-10 membrane allow for processing and collection of sample volumes from 50 to 500 µL. They are compatible with a range of standard receiver 96-well microtiter plates including 300 µL, 700 µL deep well and 150 µL conical well.
MultiScreen® filter plates with Ultracel®-10 membrane are ideal for applications including protein concentration and desalting prior to validation or screening assays. They are able to remove large molecular weight proteins prior to instrument analysis.