Membranas de transferencia Immobilon, sándwiches y papel de filtro para transferencia

Immobilon® PVDF membranes are the ideal transfer membranes for protein blotting applications.

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Immobilon® Membranes, Sandwiches and Blotting Filter Paper Borrar Clasificación y Filtrado
Número de referenciaicon Descripciónicon Dimensiones del filtroicon Tamaño de envaseicon
IEVH00005Immobilon-E PVDF Membrane 26.5 cm x 1.875 m 1 Precios y disponibilidad
IEVH85RImmobilon-E PVDF Membrane 8.5 cm x 10 m 1 Precios y disponibilidad
IMDISPImmobilon NOW Dispenser 1 Precios y disponibilidad
ISEQ00010Membrana Immobilon-PSQ, PVDF; 0,2 µm, rollo de 26,5 cm x 3,75 m 26.5 cm x 3.75 m 1 Precios y disponibilidad
ISEQ15150Membrana Immobilon-PSQ, PVDF; 0,2 µm, hoja de 15 x 15 cm 15 cm x 15 cm 10 Precios y disponibilidad
ISEQ20200Membrana Immobilon-PSQ, PVDF; 0,2 µm, hoja de 20 x 20 cm 20 cm x 20 cm 10 Precios y disponibilidad
ISEQ85RImmobilon-PSQ Membrane, PVDF, 0.2 µm, 8.5 cm x 10 m roll 26.5 cm x 3.75 m 1 Precios y disponibilidad


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    Western Blotting Tools

    Licencias necesarias e Información técnica

    Protein Blotting Handbook: 6th Edition (Merck)
    Protein Dot Blotting using Immobilon-P

    Ficha técnica

    Immobilon Transfer Membranes: For superior protein and nucleic acid blots


    History of Western Blotting
    Low Background Membrane for Fluorescent Protein Detection in Western Blotting

    Referencias bibliográficas

    Visión general referenciasAplicación
    Mobile Phase Preparation for UHPLC: Membrane Filtration Method Affects System Performance and Leaching of Extractable Impurities
    Subodh Kulkarn(1), Jesmi George(2) and Vivek Joshi(2) (1) Millipore India Pvt. Ltd., Bioscience Division, 50A, 2nd Phase, Ring Road, Peenya, Bangalore, India 560058 (2) Millipore Corp., Bioscience Division, 17 Cherry Hill Drive, Danvers, MA 01923
    LCGC  2010

    Mostrar resumen Artículo Texto completo
    Quantitation of Protein on gels and blots by infrared fluorescence of Coomassie blue and fast green
    Luo S., Wehr N.B., Levine R.L.
    Analytical Biochemistry:350 (2006):233-238  2006

    Immunoblotting (Western)
    Role of the Small Heat Shock Proteins in Regulating Vascular Smooth Muscle Tone
    McLemore E.C., Tessier D.J., Thresher J., Komalavilas P., Brophy C.M
    J. Am. Coll. Surg. 2005, Vol 201 (1):30-36  2005

    Pre-B-cell colony-enhancing factor is a secreted cytokine-like protein from the human amniotic epithelium.
    Ognjanovic S, Ku TL, Bryant-Greenwood GD.
    Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2005 Jul;193(1):273-82  2005

    Western Blotting
    A high-affinity reversible protein stain for Western blots
    Antharavally B.S., Carter, B., Bell, P.A., Mallia K.
    Analytical Biochemistry 2004,Vol 329:276-280  2004

    Biochemical analysis of GABA receptor subunits alpha 1, alpha 5, beta1 beta2 in the hippocampus of patients with Alzheimer's disease neurophathology
    Rissman, R.A., Mishizen-Eberz A.J. N.,Wolfe, C.B.B., DeBlas A.L., Miralles C.P., Ikonomovic M.D., armstrong D.M.
    Neuroscience 120 (2003) 295-705  2003

    Western Blotting
    Proteomics reveals protein profile changes in doxorubicin treated MCF7 human breast cancer cells
    Cheng S.T., Pan T, L., Tsai Y.Ch, Huang C. M.
    Cancer letters 2002. vol 181:95-107  2002

    Towards proteome-wide production of monoclonal antibody by phage display.
    Bin Liu, Lan Huang, Carina Sihlbom, Al Burlingame and James D. Marks.
    J Mol Biol. 2002 Feb 1;315(5):1063-73  2002

    Mass Spectrometry Sample Prep
    The transcription factor EGR-1 directly transactivates the fibronectin gene and enhances attachment of human glioblastoma cell line U251
    Liu Chaoting(a); Yao Jin; Mercola Dan; Adamson Eileen
    Journal of biological chemistry Vo- 275 Is- 27 Pg- 20315-20323 July 7, 2000  2000

    The RING finger domain of Cbl is essential for negative regulation of the Syk tyrosine kinase.
    Ota Satoshi; Hazeki Kaoru; Rao Navin; Lupher Mark L Jr; Andoniou; Christopher E; Druker Brian; Band Hamid(a)
    Journal of biological chemistry Vo- 275 Is- 1 Pg- 414-422 January 7, 2000  2000

    Preguntas frecuentes

    How many times can I strip and reprobe Immobilon-P?While 2-3 times is probably the limit, it is difficult to give an absolute number in regards to stripping and reprobing. This is because there are many factors to consider when it comes to protein binding to PVDF and primary antibody affinity to these proteins. Different proteins will have varying degrees of affinity to PVDF. This is based on factors discussed in our Protein Blotting Handbook (see TP001; Protein Binding section). One round of stripping may remove one protein and leave another intact. The same could occur when using different primary antibodies. Different antibodies will have varying affinities to different proteins. If carrying out several rounds of stripping and reprobing, one strategy might be to detect the least abundant proteins earlier leaving the higher abundant proteins later for detection.
    What is the difference between Immobilon–FL and Immobilon-P?Both membranes are made from PVDF. The difference in background fluorescence is due to proprietary modifications in the membrane manufacturing process.
    How does the protein binding capacity and protein retention of Immobilon-FL compare to Immobilon-P?Immobilon-FL’s protein binding capacity and protein retention are comparable to Immobilon-P.
    Is Immobilon-FL better than Nitrocellulose membrane for Fluorescence detection?Yes. Background fluorescence of Immobilon-FL is typically 2-5X lower than that of nitrocellulose, thus improving signal-to-noise ratio (sensitivity). Nitrocellulose membranes have other disadvantages. If allowed to dry out, they become brittle, tend to fracture and are difficult to handle. They are not recommended for stripping and re-probing. Nitrocellulose blots need to be scanned as soon as possible after detection, as diffusion of signal on a wet membrane may also occur.
    What fluorescence-based detection methods can be used with Immobilon-FL?Immobilon-FL can be used in Western blotting applications using either fluorescent dye-conjugated antibodies or chemi-fluorescence substrates. Western blots can be imaged in the visible or IR range. Single color detection or multiplexing for co-localization studies can be performed efficiently on Immobilon-FL Fluorescent proteins, e.g. green fluorescent protein, (GFP) or proteins tagged with GFP, blotted onto the membrane can be readily detected as well.
    What is the level of detection sensitivity when using Immobilon-FL?Immobilon-FL exhibits the lowest background fluorescence of any blotting membrane thus improving the signal-to-noise ratio (sensitivity) of any fluorescent dye. The fluorescence signal is dependent on the fluorescent dye used, thus the ultimate sensitivity of detection is determined by the dye itself. With Immobilon-FL the sensitivity is not limited by the membrane, e.g., detection of proteins in the low picogram level has been observed with QDot® Nanocrystals fluorescent-tagged antibodies on Immobilon-FL.
    What fluorescent dyes are recommended to use with Immobilon-FL?Immobilon-FL membrane exhibits very low background fluorescence over a broad range of wavelengths and can be used with all visible and infrared fluorescent dyes. Generally, dyes with larger Stokes shift (greater separation between absorption and emission wavelengths) are preferred in western blotting applications using fluorescence-based detection. NOTE: To prevent photo-bleaching, protect the membrane from light during secondary antibody incubations and washes until the membrane is ready to be scanned.
    What are the recommendations for two-color western / multiplex detection?The two antibodies must be derived from different host species, so that they can be differentiated by secondary antibodies of different specificities. Before combining the two primary antibodies test their banding patterns on separate blots to know where to expect the bands. Use highly adsorbed cross-adsorbed secondary antibodies in two-color detection. Refer to the directions provided with the detection reagents for additional details.
    How long does the fluorescent signal stay on the developed blot?The fluorescent signal from fluorescence-tagged antibodies will remain stable on the membrane for several months, or longer, when stored protected from light. The membranes may be stored dry or in PBS at 4ºC. The fluorescent signal from chemi-fluorescent substrates does not remain for long so blots using these substrates need to be scanned immediately.
    Are there specific recommendations on using 'low fluorescent’ reagents (buffers, blocking agents, etc.) with Immobilon-FL?Immobilon-FL has been tested with the most commonly-used blocking reagents and buffers such as TBST, PBST, dry milk, BSA, casein and buffers recommended by the fluorescence scanner manufacturers, e.g., Licor Odyssey buffers. All were found to be compatible with fluorescent detection on Immobilon-FL. However, as in any western blotting experiment, optimization of blocking reagents and buffers may be required, depending on the nature of the antigen, antibodies and fluorescent dyes used. The use of freshly prepared buffers is always recommended.

    Manuales del usuario

    Immobilon -P Blotting Sandwiches
    Immobilon®-E Transfer Membrane User Guide
    Immobilon®-FL Transfer Membrane User Guide
    Immobilon®-P Transfer Membrane User Guide
    Immobilon®-PSQ Transfer Membrane User Guide
    Re-Blot Plus Western Blot Recycling Kit