High performance all-purpose, maximum sensitivity autoradiography film
- BioMax MS Film when used with BioMax TranScreen HE intensifying screen delivers 4 to 8 times greater sensitivity in the detection of 32P compared to any other autoradiography film and intensifying screen combination available today. Coated on both sides of a clear base with Kodak’s advanced “T-grain” technology emulsion, BioMax MS film is extremely sensitive to the light emitted from BioMax intensifying screens. This film/screen combination is ideal for detection of Northern, Southern and Dot Blotting applications, particularly when detection of low intensity samples or exposure time reduction is required.
- BioMax MS film can be used with BioMax TranScreen LE intensifying screen to offer equal or better sensitivity as BioMax XAR film/generic intensifying screen, but with twice the resolution.
- BioMax MS film can be used with any autoradiography intensifying screen, however, offers maximum performance when used with BioMax intensifying screens.
The high sensitivity and maximum speed performance of BioMax MS film makes it the best general purpose autoradiography film available in the market today. For the detection of 32P in blotting applications, BioMax MS film/BioMax TranScreen HE intensifying screen is four times more sensitive than BioMax XAR film/generic intensifying screen combination, and up to eight times more sensitive than other films with a generic intensifying screen.
BioMax MS Film is suitable for both manual and automated processing.
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BioMax MS Film should be handled under proper safelight conditions (non safelight conditions may result in increased background fog and/or unwanted image exposure). The safelight should be positioned at least four feet from the film at all times. Minimize the length of time that the film is exposed to safelight conditions. For more information on darkroom handling please see Autoradiography Film Tips.