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ELISA Microwell. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay is a biochemical technique used to detect the presence of antibodies or antigens in a sample. Basis of the test is a microtiter plate (for 96 tests) coated with antigens or antibodies specific to the detecting parameter. During the incubation of the sample a specific binding of the antibody and antigen occured and resulted in an immobilization of the detecting parameter.

The Enzyme Assay Kits are supplied in India through Pro Lab. Our Products range of enzyme activity assay kits- Acid Phosphatase Assay Kit, Aconitase Assay Kit, Aconitase Fluorometric Assay Kit, Adipogenesis Assay Kit, Alanine Transaminase Activity Assay Kit, Catalase Assay Kit, COX Activity Assay Kit, COX Fluorescent Activity Assay Kit, cPLA2 Assay Kit etc.

Enzyme activity assay detection methods: Profacgen provides various enzyme activity assays for kinases, phosphatases, proteinases, deacetylase, peptidase, esterase, and other enzymes. Our line of well-characterized immunoassays and biochemical kits ensures accurate and reproducible results.

Easy, robust assay for detecting reactive oxygen species Madison, WI USA. (October 01 2013): Promega Corporation announced today the launch of the ROS-Glo™ H2O2 Assay. A non-horseradish peroxidase (HRP)-dependent, plate-based bioluminescent assay for detecting reactive oxygen species (ROS), ROS-Glo H2O2 Assay is designed to specifically detect hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in both enzyme and cell-based applications.

Identification of small-molecule HCK inhibitors. (A) Screening strategy integrating high-throughput enzyme assay, in silico prediction, and x-ray crystallography. (B) Upper left: Chemical structures of PP2 and RK-24466. Upper right: RK-24466 with PP2. Lower left and right: RK-24466 and PP2 with HCK. RK-24466 bound to the ATP binding site of HCK. (D) RK-24466 binding with HCK based on crystal structure determination, highlighting strategies for designing compounds with higher affinity with…

2016- The team found that approximately 82% of cells remained viable after they extracted up to 4 picoliters of cytoplasm. Over the next five days, these cells multiplied and behaved similar to neighboring cells that were not extracted. The technique could also effectively siphon off up to 0.6 pL of nuclear material—or 20% of the nuclear volume—without harming most cells. The extracted fluids could be analyzed in many ways: electron microscopy to visualize internal structures, enzyme assays…

LightSafe micro centrifuge tubes. Sigma. F*@k doing enzyme assays in the dark!


Biological buffers are useful for cell culture in vitro, enzyme assays and some electrophoretic applications at physiological pH