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LIVE/DEAD® Viability/Cytotoxicity Kit, for mammalian cells Invitrogen
Target Molecules / Sample Type / Organism /
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Sizes 1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs L3224
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BAFF (human) monoclonal antibody (Buffy-1) (FITC conjugate) Enzo Life Sciences
Reagent Type Antibodies Applicable Processes Flow cytometry Quantity 100 Tests
From $ 399.00 (100 Tests)
Sizes 1 (100 Tests)
Catalog IDs ALX-804-128F-T100
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Brilliant Violet 510™ anti-mouse IgM Antibody BioLegend
Reagent Type Antibodies Applicable Processes Flow cytometry Quantity 50 µg
From $ 240.00 (50 µg)
Sizes 1 (50 µg)
Catalog IDs 406531
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EdU Flow Cytometry Kit 555 sufficient for 50 assays Sigma-Aldrich
Reagent Type / Applicable Processes Flow cytometry Quantity 5 nmoles (PC) + 2 nmoles (NC)
From $ 667.00 (1 Kits)
Sizes 1 (1 Kits)
Catalog IDs BCK-FC555-50
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SILu™Prot AKT1,RAC-alpha serine/threonine-protein kinase human Sigma-Aldrich
Reagent Type / Applicable Processes Mass spectrometry Quantity /
From $ 493.00 (10 µg)
Sizes 1 (10 µg)
Catalog IDs MSST0049-10UG
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FCV Detection Kits Norgen Biotek
Detection of Animal pathogen Pathogen Type Virus Sample Type Blood, Cells
From $ 327.00 (24 Reactions)
Sizes 5 (24 - 100 Reactions)
Catalog IDs TM43900, SG43900, EP43900, ...
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Penicillium sp. Detection Kits Norgen Biotek
Detection of Plant pathogen Pathogen Type Fungus Sample Type Tissue
From $ 327.00 (24 Reactions)
Sizes 5 (24 - 100 Reactions)
Catalog IDs TM33200, SG33200, EP33200, ...
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ReadiLink 680/701 Antibody Labeling Kit Bio-Rad
Provided Label/Dye Fluorophore Label or Dye (specific) ReadiLink 680 / 701 Labeling Target Antibodies, Proteins
From $ 320.00 (1 Kit)
Sizes 1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs 1351007
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Adeno-X™ Rapid Titer Kit Clontech
Quantification Method Hexon-based adenovirus titration Targets Antibodies Sensitivity /
From $ 455.00 (120 Titrations)
Sizes 1 (120 Titrations)
Catalog IDs 632250
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FLUORESCENT DNA QUANTITATION KIT AMRESCO
Quantification Method Fluorescent bisBenzimide H33258 dye binding to AT sequences Targets / Sensitivity ng/ml level
From $ 112.50 (1 Kit)
Sizes 1 (1 Kit)
Catalog IDs 1B1558-KIT
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TargetAmp™-Nano Labeling Kit for Illumina® Expression BeadChip® Epicentre
Provided Label/Dye Biotin Label or Dye (specific) / Labeling Target RNA
From $ 770.00 (24 Reactions)
Sizes 2 (24 - 96 Reactions)
Catalog IDs TAN07924, TAN091096
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RC DC™ Protein Assay Kit II Bio-Rad
Quantification Method Lowry Detection Technique Colorimetry Sensitivity /
From $ 305.00 (450 Assays)
Sizes 1 (450 Assays)
Catalog IDs 5000122
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Detection Kits and Methods

Detection Kits

Detection procedures involve extracting and purifying nucleic acids following an agarose gel electrophoresis for identification purposes.

Quantification

Quantification of the total amount of sample is a necessary first step during most analyses.

ELISA

ELISA detects particles using antibodies and a simple enzymatic color change. Types include Direct or Indirect, Sandwich, and Competitive ELISA.

Molecular Labeling

Labeling can identify the location of molecules within the cell or the genome as well as determine their presence or concentration.

Enzyme Assays

Enzyme assays measure enzymatic activity within the cell, using detective methods like fluorescence, luminescence or colorimetry.

Microarrays

Microarrays is a lab-on-chip device allow scientists to investigate the expression of thousands of genes in multiple samples simultaneously.

Pathogen Detection

Pathogen detection is essential in clinical microbiology and the food industry, it allows proper treatment and prevention of illness.

Protein Quantification

Quantification of protein concentration is a necessary first step during any protein analysis. This can be achieved by UV absorbance or HPLC

Blotting Reagents

Blotting reagents are essential in western, northern and southern blotting for detection of proteins and nucleic acids.

Detection kits

Depending on what your sample is (RNA, DNA, protein or tissue), the method of detection for your target molecule will vary. The organism that the molecule originated from can also determine which kit you will require. For example, detecting a viroid in plants will involve different procedures compared to testing whether E.coli is present in a water sample. If you need to detect whether a certain bacterium or virus is within your test subject, there are certain specialized kits for that. On top of that, there are kits that are developed for certain sample types such as; urine, cell culture, blood, as well as food.

Quantification and Protein Quantification

Quantification determines the concentration of proteins or nucleic acids within a sample, and is an essential step before further analysis such as Western blotting or sequencing. These techniques usually require a minimum amount of protein / nucleic acid to be loaded for testing. It is often best to perform quantification methods prior to protein purification, as the outcome of the downstream methods can greatly vary depending on protein concentration.

Check out or Bradford Assay Troubleshoot for more assistance in this area.

ELISA

ELISA kits help determine which specific nucleic acids/proteins are within a sample via the use of specific complementary antibodies. The assay can analyze the sample (either qualitatively or quantitatively); utilizing serum, plasma, or tissues. In comparison with Western blotting, ELISA is simpler and quicker but requires the antibody to be much more specific. ELISA also mainly works on native proteins, whilst Westerns works on denatured proteins (and identifies the purity of your proteins).

The ELISA Troubleshoot contains further information regarding potential errors.

Molecular Labeling

For processes such as ELISA, labeling processes are necessary to determine whether the whole procedure is successful. More specifically, labeling nucleic acids and proteins can identify the position of these molecules within the cell or the genome as well as determine their presence or concentration.

You can explore our Antibody Labeling Troubleshoot for more guidance.

Enzyme Assays

Enzymes are specialized proteins or in some cases RNA molecules which speed up reactions in the cell. Given an enzyme’s ability to catalyze a reaction, they are vital for cellular processes such as signaling pathways, metabolism, and gene expression. Thus in knowing enzyme activity within the cell, scientists can infer the mechanism behind reactions.