Press-To-Seal Silicone Isolator-JTR16S-0.5, 16-7mm X 7mm X 0.5mm Depth ID, 25mm X 75mm OD – No PSA – 25 PACK
Protein and DNA Microarrays
Fluorescence In situ Hybridization (FISH)
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Silicone Isolator Application
Q: Do the non-adhesive reusable isolators adhere to the glass slide and allow a small volume of liquid to be contained? Are the isolators with adhesive more effective?
A: Typically for most applications, the silicone isolator (without PSA) adheres very well and can be removed easily.