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AssayWise Letters 2017, Vol. 6(2)
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Calbryte™ series now available

A practical guide for use of PE and APC in flow cytometry

Selecting the right ROS probe

A highly sensitive direct ELISA of cAMP without acetylation

Quantitative comparison of iFluor™ 488- and FITC- conjugated antibodies for use in cell labeling

AssayWise Letters Vol. 6(2)


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Calbryte™ series now available
The Calbryte™ series is a family of fluorescent dyes developed to monitor intracellular calcium. It includes three novel calcium indicators: Calbryte™ 520, Calbryte™ 590 and Calbryte™ 630. These indicators differ primarily in their excitation and emission wavelengths and can be detected using standard fluorescence instruments. The Calbryte™ series has been optimized for use with fluorescence microscopes, fluorescence microplate readers and flow cytometers. They can also be used in high-throughput screening applications. Read More...



A practical guide for use of PE and APC in flow cytometry
A general examination of the abilities that phycoerythrin (PE) and allophycocyanine (APC) can provide in flow cytometry, and how to get the most out of each.

Selecting the right ROS probe
Reactive oxygen species, with its wide range of associated forms and targets, enjoys a number of tools able to monitor them.

A highly sensitive direct ELISA of cAMP without acetylation
Without acetylation of cAMP, anti-cAMP primary antibodies bind at a much lower rate, though acetylation also causes complications to cAMP's function. AAT Bioquest offers a solution that resolves both issues.

Quantitative comparison of iFluor™ 488- and FITC- conjugated antibodies for use in cell labeling
Investigations show the superiority of iFluor™ 488-conjugated antibodies as compared to FITC-conjugated antibodies, both in its brightness and photostability over time.