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- Cell Counting Kit-8 (CCK-8)Catalog No. :K1018Used in cell proliferation assay and cytotoxicity assay
- ATP Cell Viability Bioluminescence Assay KitCatalog No. :K2101Ultra-sensitive Assay, HTSATP is required for the energy-dependent cell death (especially apoptosis).
- ApexBlue™ Quick Cell Viability Fluorometric Assay KitCatalog No. :K2023Detects cell viability, sensitive.Resazurin is a blue redox dye with weak fluorescent.
- WST Cell Proliferation Colorimetric Assay Kit plusCatalog No. :K2022Detects cell proliferation, sensitive and non-radioactive.Cell proliferation can be detected by a variety of methods.
- Mammalian Cell Extraction KitCatalog No. :K2114Prepare extracts within 20 minMammalian Cell Extraction Kit offers an optimized cell extraction buffer, protease inhibitor cocktail, and DTT for rapid and easy extraction of mammalian proteins from cultured cells and tissue samples without denaturation.
- WST-1 Cell Proliferation Colorimetric Assay KitCatalog No. :K2021Detects cell proliferation, sensitive and non-radioactive.Cell proliferation can be detected by a variety of methods.
- FractionPREP™ Cell Fractionation KitCatalog No. :K2115The FractionPREP™ Cell Fractionation system is a fast and simple way of extracting four subcellular protein factions (Cytosol, nucleus, membrane/particulate, and cytoskeletal fractions) from a single mammalian sample.
- Live-Dead Cell Staining KitCatalog No. :K2081Detects Live-Dead Cells.In order to investigate growth control and cell death, it is important to distinguish between live and dead cells.
- Ready-to-use Cell Proliferation Reagent, WST-1Catalog No. :K2024Detects cell viability, sensitive and non-radioactive.Cell proliferation can be detected by a variety of methods.
- Annexin V, human recombinantCatalog No. :K2064Annexin V, detects early stages of apoptosis.Annexin V is a cellular protein, which plays important roles in the inhibition of the activity of phospholipase A1 and blood coagulation by competing for phosphatidylserine (PS) binding sites with prothrombin.