- Superior Nitrocellulose Membranes Work with the world’s #1 transfer Media
- Designed for Southern and Northern blotting as well as colony and plaque lifts
- Reinforced nitrocellulose membranes
- Designed specifically for protein sequencing applications
- High and uniform absorbency
Whatman offers an extensive range of transfer membranes and protocols specifically designed to meet your needs in modern life science research:
southern blots, northern blots, western blots, colony & plaque lifts, dot and slot blotting, protein sequencing, specific hybridization and detection.
Protran membranes are available in a range of pore sizes for optimal performance in a variety of applications.
0.45 µm pore size Protran BA85 is the general lab standard for most protein and nucleic acid applications.
The 0.2 µm pore size of Protran BA83 ensures high retention of small samples below 20 kD.
BA79 is the membrane of choice for smaller molecules below 7 kD.
Protran Nitrocellulose Membranes are compatible to a variety of detection methods. In case of chemiluminescent detection we recommend horseradish peroxidase based systems.
Protran® Nitrocellulose Membranes an excellent surface for advanced protein research – High binding capacity, low background
|Supporting Documentation – Blotting Membranes|
|Blotting Membrane Selection Guide|
|Blotting Membrane Sandwich data sheet|
|Protran Nitrocellulose Data Sheet|