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ABTS™ Chromophore from Calbiochem

ProductsABTS™ Chromophore from Calbiochem
Company Calbiochem
Item ABTS™ Chromophore
Price $38.00
Description 

2,2′-Azino-bis(3-ethylbenzthiazoline-6-sulfonic Acid)

Clear to very pale yellow solution. Contains optimal concentrations of ABTS and H2O2 in a citrate buffer (pH 4.0) with proprietary stabilizers. Peroxidase substrate that is soluble, safe, convenient and has good overall performance in ELISA. ABTS develops intense blue-green color that can be measured at 405 nm to 410 nm. May be used for both kinetic and endpoint reactions. CAS 30901-67-0, M.W. 514.6.

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