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MitoPT Detection of Mitochondrial Permeability from B-Bridge International

Description:... apoptosis according to your existing procedure (also reserve a non-induced population of cells as a negative control). Once you have induced apoptosis in your cells, add the 1X MitoPT solution to each population and incubate the cells for an additional 15 minutes. During this ...
Company:B-Bridge International

N5 Submicron Particle Size Analyzer - 115V from Beckman Coulter

Description:... particle size, larger particles may be difficult to detect at 90 degrees if the sample contains a large number of smaller particles. Similarly, any population of particles that scatter weakly at a certain angle may be masked by particles with strong scattering at that angle. For this reason, single or dual ...
Company:Beckman Coulter

N5 Submicron Particle Size Analyzer - 230V from Beckman Coulter

Description:... particle size, larger particles may be difficult to detect at 90 degrees if the sample contains a large number of smaller particles. Similarly, any population of particles that scatter weakly at a certain angle may be masked by particles with strong scattering at that angle. For this reason, single or dual ...
Company:Beckman Coulter

Guava EasyCyte Mini from Guava Technologies

Description:... system generates minimal waste. In addition, like all of the Guava systems, the unique ability to obtain direct absolute cell counts, in addition to population percentages, allows researchers to monitor increases or decreases in overall cell number which may have an impact on their assay. This functionality ...
Company:Guava Technologies

CELL LAB QUANTA* Flow Cytometer from Beckman Coulter

Description:... The Cell Lab Quantas unique combination of Coulter volume and fluorescence provides unsurpassed population resolution capabilities and accurate cell counting. This flow cytometer has multiple excitation wavelengths, including UV, allowing flexible ...
Company:Beckman Coulter

BacMagic™ DNA Kit from Novagen

Description:... the virus ORF1629 while the target coding sequence replaces the BAC sequence. Only the recombinant baculovirus can replicate, producing a homogeneous population of recombinants. In addition to the BacMagic DNA, the kit also contains Insect GeneJuice® Transfection Reagent, and a positive control plasmid, ...
Company:Novagen

GPS -M Mutagenesis System from New England Biolabs

Description:... only one insertion occurs per DNA molecule. Target immunity acts in vivo over a distance of ~190 kb.Therefore, the in vitro reaction produces a population of target DNA molecules each containing the transposable element at a different position. To facilitate adaptation of the transposable element ...
Company:New England Biolabs

FAM Poly Caspase Assay Kit from B-Bridge International

Description:... (FAM) derivative of valylalanylaspartic acid (VAD) fluoromethyl ketone (FMK), a potent inhibitor of caspase activity. When added to a population of cells, the FAM-VAD-FMK FLICA probe enters each cell and covalently binds to a reactive cysteine residue that resides on the large subunit of the ...
Company:B-Bridge International

Mouse Anti-MAP1 Light Chain Monoclonal Antibody, Unconjugated, Clone E12 from GeneTex

Description:... MAPs preparation. Specificity: Ab 11265 specifically binds to the larger of the MAP1 light chain components (LC-1, 34 kDa), it is a homogenous population of antibody molecules which may be used for the localization of MAP1 Light Chain using various immunochemical ....
Company:GeneTex

CaspaTag™ Pan-Caspase In Situ Assay Kit, Fluorescein from CHEMICON

Description:... a carboxyfluorescein-labeled fluoromethyl ketone peptide inhibitor of caspase (FAM-VAD-FMK), which produces a green fluorescence. When added to a population of cells, the FAM-VAD-FMK probe enters each cell and covalently binds to a reactive cysteine residue that resides on the large subunit of the active ...
Company:CHEMICON

CaspaTag™ Pan-Caspase In Situ Assay Kit, Sulforhodamine from CHEMICON

Description:... kit uses a sulforhodamine-labeled fluoromethyl ketone peptide inhibitor of caspase (SR-VAD-FMK), which produces a red fluorescence. When added to a population of cells, the SR-VAD-FMK probe enters each cell and covalently binds to a reactive cysteine residue that resides on the large subunit of the active ...
Company:CHEMICON

jetSI-ENDO-FluoF from Polyplus Transfection

Description:... are used to determine the transfection efficiency or investigate the intracellular delivery and trafficking of siRNAs. More than 95 % of the cell population is ....
Company:Polyplus Transfection

jetSI-ENDO-FluoR from Polyplus Transfection

Description:... are used to determine the transfection efficiency or investigate the intracellular delivery and trafficking of siRNAs. More than 95 % of the cell population is ....
Company:Polyplus Transfection

Rat Hair Follicle Stem Cell Culture from Celprogen

Description:... * Source rat adult and fetal tissue * T25 plated cells $550.00 * T75 plated cells $750.00 * 120 population doublings * This product requires Celprogen Stem Cell complete growth medium M55007-08 and extracellular matrix * E55007-08-T25 or ...
Company:Celprogen

Skeletal Myogenesis Assay from CHEMICON

Description:... factor regulation, and in developing strategies for muscle cell replacement therapy. By providing the means to obtain and maintain a large population of skeletal myotubes, the kit provides a valuable source of cells for multiple applications in the study of muscle biology. Components: ...
Company:CHEMICON
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