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Luciferase Reporter Gene Cells and Recombinant Luciferase Dilutions Studied with the CLIPR Luciferase Assay Kit and the LMax Microplate Luminometer (MaxLine Application Note #38)

Evelyn McGown, Ph.D. , Michael Su, M.S. and Jin Liao, M.D., Ph.D. Molecular Devices Corporation, 8/00 INTRODUCTION Luciferase from the North American firefly (Photinus pyralis) is very popular foruse in Reporter Gene Assays. The enzyme catalyzes the AT...

Dual-Luciferase Quantitation in the LMax Microplate Luminometer (MaxLine Application Note #39)

Evelyn McGown, Ph.D. and Michael Su, M.S. Molecular Devices Corporation, 8/00 INTRODUCTION Reporter gene assays are used to study eukaryotic gene expression. Dual geneticreporters are commonly used in transient transfections of cultured cells tominimiz...

High Sensitivity, Wide Dynamic Range, Horseradish Peroxidase (HRP) ELISA Using the LMax Microplate Luminometer (MaxLine Application Note #41)

Evelyn McGown, Ph.D. and Michael Su, M.S. Molecular Devices Corporation, 8/00 INTRODUCTION Immunoassays have traditionally employed colorimetric indicators. As such, multiple dilutions of samples were necessary to ensure that they fell within the dynam...

DNA Quantitation in the LMax Microplate Luminometer (MaxLine Application Note #37)

Evelyn McGown, Ph.D. and Michael Su, M.S. Molecular Devices Corporation, 8/00 INTRODUCTION DNA measurements are important for many aspects of molecular biology. Of thespectrophotometric methods available, UV absorbance measurement at 260 nm isthe simpl...

ATP Quantitation in the LMax Microplate Luminometer (MaxLine Application Note #40)

Evelyn McGown, Ph.D. and Michael Su, M.S. Molecular Devices Corporation, 8/00 INTRODUCTION Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is present in all living cells. Because the level isstrictly-controlled, assay of ATP can be used as a indicator of viable cell numb...

Ca++-Induced G Protein Coupled Receptor (GPCR) Activation Monitored via Aequorin Luminescence in the LMax Microplate Luminometer (MaxLine Application Note #42)

Jinfang Liao, M.D., Ph.D. and Evelyn McGown, Ph.D. Molecular Devices Corporation, 8/00 INTRODUCTION The photoprotein aequorin, a bioluminescent protein from the coelentratejellyfish Aequorea victorea, has proven to be highly sensitive to the trace amou...

Measuring siRNA-mediated knockdown of IL-8 mRNA

...n siRNA-mediated gene expression knockdown studies is the validation of expression inhibition. The QuantiGene Reagent System and the Molecular Devices lmax II 384 microplate luminometer were used to measure IL-8 mRNA in PMA-induced HeLa cells, following siRNA treatment. Quantitative assessment of the kno...

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