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NEW bioluminescence based  ATP determination kit  PRO, 100 ml  

NEW bioluminescence based ATP determination kit PRO, 100 ml

optimized bioluminescent luciferase assay ATP kit PRO for sensitive ATP determination (100 ml assay kit)

NEW bioluminescent assay (ATP determination kit, PRO) optimized for ATP quantification in biological samples (100 ml assay kit for 2000 – 10 000 assays)

 


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LBR-P100

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495,00 €

Biaffins ATP determination PRO kit is a NEW sensitive bioluminescent assay with an extended signal stability. This assay  is optimized for an accurate, sensitive detection of very small amounts of ATP (down to 0.1 pmol) in various samples for up to two hours.

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

Quantity: 100 ml assay kit for 2000 - 10 000 assays

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Literature References:

Kricka LJ. (1988) "Clinical and biochemical applications of luciferases and luciferins", Anal Biochem. 175 (1): 14-21

Crouch SP et al. (1993) "The use of ATP bioluminescence as a measure of cell proliferation and cytotoxicity" J Immunol Methods 160(1):81-8

Koop A et al. (1993) "Continuous bioluminescent monitoring of cytoplasmic ATP in single isolated rat hepatocytes during metabolic poisoning" Biochem J. 295 (Pt1):165-70

Sakakibara T et al. (1999) "An enzymatic cycling method using pyruvate orthophosphate dikinase and firefly luciferase for the simultaneous determination of ATP and AMP (RNA)", Anal Biochem. 268(1):94-101

Product Citations of Biaffins ATP determination kit:

Puhar A, Tronchère H, Payrastre B, Nhieu GT, Sansonetti PJ. (2013) "A Shigella effector dampens inflammation by regulating epithelial release of danger signal ATP through production of the lipid mediator PtdIns5P."
Immunity. 39(6):1121-31.

Lai B, Yu S, Bernhardt PV, Rabaey K, Virdis B, Krömer JO. (2015) "Anoxic metabolism and biochemical production in Pseudomonas putida F1 driven by a bioelectrochemical system." Biotechnol Biofuels. 18;9:39

Surova L, Sherstneva O, Vodeneev V, Katicheva L, Semina M, Sukhov V. (2016) "Variation potential-induced photosynthetic and respiratory changes increase ATP content in pea leaves." J Plant Physiol.202:57-64.

Mewes M, Nedele J, Schelleckes K, Bondareva O, Lenders M, Kusche-Vihrog K, Schnittler HJ, Brand SM, Schmitz B, Brand E. (2017) "Salt-induced Na+/K+-ATPase-α/β expression involves soluble adenylyl cyclase in endothelial cells." Pflugers Arch. 2017 May 26. doi: 10.1007/s00424-017-1999-6.