Method for transfer of nucleic acids (especially RNA) from agarose gels onto a membrane. This procedure usually takes up to 12 hours (over night) to complete.
Easy to set up assembly that works without power or vacuum source.
This method is based on the movement of buffer from a reservoir through the gel and the blotting membrane to a stack of dry blotting paper by capillary force. The molecules are carried to the blotting membrane on which they are adsorbed.
Apparatus dimensions Horizon 20.25 (W x L x H)
32.0 x 42.5 x 12.0 cm
Blotting area Horizon 20.25 (W x L)
20 x 25 cm
Blot Transfer Apparatus 20.25 for consistent capillary transfer of 20 x 25 cm gels, complete with 1 buffer tray, 1 tray insert, 1 gel restrainer and manual
Whatman 3MM Chr, 580 x 680 mm, 0.34 mm thick, 100/pkg
Whatman 17 Chr, 460 x 570 mm, 0.92 mm thick, 25/pkg