SNAP i.d. Protein Detection System

Millipore SNAP i.d. protein detection system is a vacuum-driven system for fast Western blotting. The amount of time required for all immunodetection steps after protein transfer to a membrane, i.e. blocking, washing, and primary and secondary antibody incubations, is about 30 minutes without any loss of signal intensity or reduction in blot quality.

The system is compatible with most standard blocking buffers and visualisation methodologies (e.g. chemiluminescence, fluorescence or colorimetric) and works with polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) and nitrocellulose blotting membranes.

Two SNAP i.d. protein detection systems are located in room 320 (Blackburn) and room N232 (Anderson Stuart building), respectively. Online booking system is available. You need to be trained on how to use the system by the Molecular Biology Officer before you can use it independently. Please empty and clean the waste bottles connected to the SNAP id systems after use. Thanks.