96-Well Plates with Binding Membranes

Monday, 17 December, 2001 | Supplied by: Pall (Australia) Pty Ltd



The AcroWell 96 Filter Plate with GHP Membrane is available in a chemically resistant natural polypropylene housing and is also available in opaque-white polypropylene housing for high throughput cell and bead-based radioactive and chemiluminescent assays. The GHP membrane (hydrophilic polypropylene) is the key to the plate's low background fluorescence.

AcroWell 96 Filter Plates are now available with BioTrace PVDF and BioTRACE NT membranes in three housing colours - natural, opaque-white and opaque-black polypropylene.

BioTrace PVDF and NT (nitrocellulose) strongly bind biomolecules such as DNA and protein. Applications include ELISA, ELISPOT, kinase assays, nucleic acid hybridisation, molecular diagnostics, cell-based immunodiagnostics, and protein:protein and protein:nucleic acid interactions.

The black housing is suitable for standard fluorescence-based assays and the white housing is recommended for radioactive and chemiluminescent detection systems. The natural housing is suited for time resolved fluorescence used in high throughput screening applications. The upstream binding membrane layer is supported by hydrophobic PTFE membrane, which acts as a barrier to passive flow, allowing long incubations with the wells filled with hybridisation or immunodetection solutions.

Proprietary sealing technology eliminates crosstalk between wells, allowing adjacent wells to contain different probe mixtures during incubations without cross contamination occurring.

Online: www.pall.com
Phone: 03 9584 8100
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