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bioluminescence based ATP determination kit (sensitive, 30 ml)  

bioluminescence based ATP determination kit (sensitive, 30 ml)

ATP determination using the sensitive bioluminescent luciferase assay (30 ml assay kit)

bioluminescent luciferase assay (sensitive ATP determination kit) optimized for ATP quantification in biological samples (30 ml assay kit for 600 – 3000 assays)


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LBR-S030

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Biaffins ATP determination kit is a sensitive bioluminescent assay using the luciferase-luciferin system. This assay is optimized for a very sensitive detection of very small amounts of ATP in various samples. Even 0.1 pmol of ATP can accurately be determined.

The bioluminescent ATP determination assay includes thermostable firefly luciferase, D-Luciferin as substrate and appropriate buffer solutions optimized for sensitive ATP quantification.

Quantity: 30 ml assay kit for 600 - 3000 assays

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