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Assay Kits  >  Cell Proliferation and Cytotoxicity Kits  >>  Sensolyte® Cell Viability and Proliferation Assay Kit

Product Name Sensolyte® Cell Viability and Proliferation Assay Kit
Size 1 kit
Catalog # 71300
US$ $247
Description

Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) exists ubiquitously in the cytoplasm of living mammalian cells and the measurement of cytoplasmic LDH activity is a well-accepted assay to quantify living cell numbers and indicate cell viablity.

The SensoLyte® Cell Viability and Proliferation Assay Kit provides researchers with a convenient one-solution and one-step assay to count living cells in a culture and continuously monitor cell proliferation over time by measuring cytoplasmic LDH activity. In this kit, resazurin is used as a sensitive fluorogenic indicator. Resazurin is converted to the strongly fluorescent resorufin (Ex/Em=560nm/590 nm) by cytoplasmic LDH. The kit can detect as few as 48 living cells with a linear range up to 5X104 cells (R2=0.99). This kit can also be used for high throughput screening of cell proliferation or measuring cytotoxicity effect of a variety of compounds. 384-well or 1536-well format can be used with minor modifications.

Kit Size: 2000 assays

This assay is also available in a larger size (10,000 assays) - Cat# 71301.

Detailed Information Datasheet
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Storage -20°C
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