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Detergent assay kit

Detergent assay kit
Description: Detergent and Lipids ׀ Detergent Assay ׀ The Detergent Assay Kit is for detection of various detergents at concentrations below their CMC values for most detergents. The concentration response is characteristic to a specific detergent. The assay is based on the principle that the detergent interacts with dye A43 and enhances the fluorescence intensity at 535 nm (excitation at 485 nm). The assay is sensitive to most detergents including dodecyl maltoside but it is not sensitive to alkyl saccharide detergents with short alkyl chains such as octyl glucoside and nonyl glucoside.The assay kit is not sensitive to low concentrations of SDS. The assay is compatible with most buffers and salts. It is not compatible with DTT, phosphate. Molecules that release phosphate may interfere with the assay. The assay reagent is sufficient for measurement of 1000 samples using 96-well plates. It can also be used for measurement of detergent concentrations using cuvettes. This product includes 1 ml of 100 x dye A43, 100 ml of Reagent 1, 0.5 ml of 100 x Reagent 2. It is for measurement of 1000 samples using 96-well plates. A cuvette may also be used for the measurement of detergent concentrations.
Order #: DAK1000-PF
Unit Size: 1000 assays
Supplier: ProFoldin
Shipping: Blue Ice (-20°C)
Storage: See Manual
Subcategory: Concentration Measurement
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361.00 € *

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Delivery time approx. 8 - 10 days

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