Selecting a Hybridization Incubator on Amazon.com
A hybridization incubator, sometimes called a hybridization oven, is used in laboratory, research, and clinical settings to perform DNA analysis, blotting, washing protocols, and nucleic acid and protein hybridization. Desktop hybridization ovens have a smaller capacity than floor-standing or stackable incubators. These incubators can accept a rotisserie for performing washing and staining operations, shelves for trays or larger specimens, shakers for preventing specimens from separating, or a combination of these. Features to consider when choosing a hybridization oven include capacity, footprint and available space, sample size and type and the corresponding shelf or rotisserie configuration, and power source.