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ApoDIRECT DNA Fragmentation Assay Kit from MBL International

ProductsApoDIRECT DNA Fragmentation Assay Kit from MBL International
Company MBL International
Item ApoDIRECT DNA Fragmentation Assay Kit
Description 50 assays. The TUNEL-based assay kit provides complete components including positive and negative control cells for convenient detection of DNA fragmentation in cultured cells and tissue sections. The assay offers an one-step labeling of apoptotic cells.

Internucleosomal DNA fragmentation is a hallmark of apoptosis in mammalian cells. MBLs ApoDIRECT In Situ DNA Fragmentation Assay Kit provides complete components including positive and negative control cells for conveniently detecting DNA fragmentation by fluorescence microscopy or flow cytometry. The TUNEL-based detection kit utilizes terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase (TdT) to catalyze incorporation of fluorescein-12-dUTP at the free 3-hydroxyl ends of the fragmented DNA. The fluorescein-labeled DNA can then be observed by fluorescence microscopy or analyzed by flow cytometry.
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