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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences) Whatman™ Nuclepore™ Black Polycarbonate Membranes

Reduces background fluorescence in support of epifluorescence microscopy. Whatman™ Nuclepore™ Black Polycarbonate Membrane Filters improve visibility and help to distinguish microorganisms from other particulates.

705.00 SEK - 1069.00 SEK

Specifications

Material Polycarbonate
For Use With (Application) Epifluorescence technique, potable ultrapure water food and dairy wine and clinical electronics
Color Black
No. per Pack 100Pack
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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences)
110656
0.2μm 25mm 940.00 SEK
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110657
0.4μm 25mm 705.00 SEK
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Cytiva (Formerly GE Healthcare Life Sciences)
110659
0.8μm 25mm 935.00 SEK
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Description

Description

  • Smooth, gridded polycarbonate track-etched (PCTE) membrane surface efficiently supports microorganism enumeration in a standard plate count
  • Extremely low nonspecific absorption 
  • Rapid standard plate count results
  • Compatible with the direct epifluorescent microscopy filter technique (DEFT), which allows microorganisms to be counted directly on a filter
  • DEFT can be conducted in under half an hour, sidestepping the standard > 24 hour process of incubating a microbial sample
  • Microscopic membrane filters are made by track-etching (polycarbonate is bombarded with radiation and chemically treated to create sharp, uniform filter pores)
  • Designed to trap microbes efficiently; more effective than other filter media for certain microorganisms
Specifications

Specifications

Polycarbonate
Epifluorescence technique, potable ultrapure water food and dairy wine and clinical electronics
Black
100Pack