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PR Competitor Assay Green from Invitrogen

ProductsPR Competitor Assay Green from Invitrogen
Company Invitrogen
Item PR Competitor Assay Green
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Description Progesterone Receptor (PR) Competitor Assay Kits are ideal for studying or screening novel progesterone receptor binding compounds using fluorescence polarization (FP) The homogenous assay utilizes a fusion of glutathione transferase to the ligand binding domain of human progesterone receptor [PR-LBD(GST)] and a proprietary, fluorescently-tagged progesterone ligand, Fluormone PL Green or PL Red. Intrinsic background fluorescence from library compounds is substantially reduced utilizing the red-shifted Fluormone ligand.


To assay: PR added to Fluormone L Green or PL Red complexes and has a high polarization value. Test compounds that compete for binding to PR and prevent the formation of a Fluormone/PR complex will result in a lower polarization value. The shift in polarization in the presence of test compounds is used to determine the relative affinity of test compounds for PR.


Contents:
The Progesterone Receptor Competitor Assay Kits contain partially purified PR protein, Fluormone PL Green (green assay kit) or PL Red (red assay kit) proprietary fluorescent progesterone ligands, and buffer.
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