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|Unlike FDG that requires a two-step hydrolysis to generate maximum fluorescence, resorufin β-D-galactopyranoside requires only a single-step hydrolysis reaction to attain full fluorescence. This substrate is especially useful for sensitive enzyme measurements in ELISAs.
|Only available in Germany and selected European countries.
|- 20 °C Darkness
|Labeling & Detection
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