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ProductsMito Casp from BACHEM
Company BACHEM
Item Mito Casp
Price $545.00
Description A simultaneous dual parameter assay for mitochondrial membrane potential detection and poly caspase activity. Active caspases are detected by carboxyfluorescein (FAM)-labelled fluoromethylketone (FMK) peptide inhibitors, which are cell-permeable, non-cytotoxic and bind covalently to the active caspases within the cells. At the same time the mitochondrial membrane potential is visualized by a cell-permeable cationic red fluorescent dye which is accumulated by the mitochondria of healthy but not apoptotic cells. The kit can be used in conjunction with other antibodies or stains. Application: Fluorescence via flow cytometry, microwell plate reader, and microscopy.
Info BACHEMBACHEM
Peninsula Laboratories Inc.
A Member of the Bachem Group
305 Old County Road
San Carlos, California 94070

Customer Service:
650-592-5392
800-922-1516

Fax Number:
650-595-4071

Web Site: http://www.bachem.com/
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