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Calcium Detection Probes & Assay Kits

  • Non-Fluorescent Calcium Signaling Molecules & Chelators
  • Fluorescent Single Wavelength Calcium Indicators
  • Fluorescent Ratiometric Calcium Indicators
  • Luminescent Calcium Indicators
  • Live Cell Calcium Assays
  • cAMP & Phosphodiesterase (PDE) Assays
  • Measurement of Calcium In Vitro

Updated December 2018.


AssayWise Letters 7-2

  • Novel Fluorescence Probes for Sensitive Detection of Exogenous and Endogenous Nitric Oxide in Live Cells
  • Practical Guide for Live Cell Cycle Analysis in Flow Cytometry
  • NAD+ Metabolism – A Link to Age-Associated Pathologies
  • Novel Esterase Substrate for the Quantication of Bacterial Viability
  • Intracellular pH Measurement with Dual Excitation Fluorescence Sensor BCFL

Released December 2018.


AssayWise Letters 7-1

  • Product Spotlight: Luciferins, Allophycocyanin, ReadiUse™ TCEP Removal Buffer
  • Novel Products & Tools
  • Mitochondria-Selective Tools
  • Featured Product:Phalloidin-iFluor™ Conjugates

Released September 2018.


Fluorescence Microscopy Imaging Organelles

Organelles are tiny, specialized subunits that perform specific cellular functions. Typically membrane-bound and sequestered within the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells, these organelles are key components essential for gene expression, cell signaling, energy production and protein synthesis. Detection, visualization and cellular tracking of such organelles in fluorescence imaging applications are made possible with the aid of organelle-selective dyes.
Released July 2018.


AssayWise Letters 6-2

  • Calbryte™ Series: The Future of Calcium Detection Is Bright
  • A Highly Sensitive Direct ELISA of cAMP Without Acetylation
  • Selecting The Right ROS Probe
  • Quantitative Comparison of iFluor™ 488- and FITC-Conjugated Antibodies
  • A Practical Guide For Use of PE and APC In Flow Cytometry

Released June 2018.


AssayWise Letters 6-1

  • Buccutite™ Crosslinking Technology
  • Nucleic Acid Staining
  • Quantitative Analysis of Thiols and Maleimides

Released March 2018.


Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) Detection

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are chemically reactive species containing oxygen. Oxygen atom has two unpaired electrons in separate orbits in its outer electron shell. This electron structure makes oxygen susceptible to radical formation. The sequential reduction of oxygen through the addition of electrons leads to the formation of a number of ROS including superoxide, hydrogen peroxide, hydroxyl radical, hypochlorous acid, peroxynitrite anion and nitric oxide. Released April 2017.


AssayWise Letters 5-2

  • Brighter Labeling with iFluor™ Conjugates
  • Cal-520® AM, a Development Overview
  • Advances in Nucleic Acid Detection
  • Hydrogen Peroxide & Salt-Sensitive Hypertension
  • A Look at NAD-Dependent SIRT1

Released April 2017.


AssayWise Letters 5-1

  • HRP (Horseradish Peroxidase) Detection
  • ReadiLink™ Antibody Labeling and ReadiView™ Biotinylation Technology
  • TR-FRET Assays
  • RNA Detection
  • Fluorescent Calcium Indicators
  • Calcein-Based Cell Viability Assays
  • Fluorescence Live Cell Imaging

Released April 2017.


Cell Apoptosis & Proliferation

  • Apoptosis
  • Cell Proliferation
  • Cell Viability and Cytotoxicity

Updated April 2017.


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