CaspSCREENTM Flow Cytometric Apoptosis Detection Kit

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  • CG5370
  • DCP-1
  • DCP1
  • Dcp1
  • Dmel\\CG5370
  • ccp1
  • dcp-1
  • dcp1
  • l(2)01862
  • l(2)02132
  • Death caspase-1
  • Dcp-1
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Säugetier
2
1
Applikation
Apoptosis Detection (AD), Flow Cytometry (FACS)
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Verwendungszweck The CaspSCREENTM Flow Cytometric Apoptosis Detection Kit provides a convenient means for detecting activation of caspases by flow cytometry in living cells. The assay is based on the cleavage of (aspartyl)2-Rhodamine 110 (D₂R), a reported substrate for members of caspase family proteases. The caspase substrate D₂R is non-fluorescent, however, upon cleavage of the substrate by cellular caspases, the released rhodamine 110 gives rise to fluorescence that can be measured at excitation of 488 nm and emission of 530 nm.
Marke CaspSCREEN™
Proben Cell Samples
Nachweismethode Fluorometric
Spezifität The CaspSCREEN TM Flow Cytometric Apoptosis Detection Kit provides a convenient means for detecting activation of caspases by flow cytometry in living cells. The assay is based on the cleavage of (aspartyl) 2 -Rhodamine 110 (D 2 R), a reported substrate for members of caspase family proteases. The caspase substrate D 2 R is non-fluorescent, however, upon cleavage of the substrate by cellular caspases, the released rhodamine 110 gives rise to fluorescence that can be measured at excitation of 488 nm and emission of 530 nm. As the D 2 R is more cell-permeable than other fluorometric caspase substrates, activation of caspases can easily be measured in intact cells by flow cytometry.
Produktmerkmale CaspSCREENTM Flow Cytometric Apoptosis Detection Kit: Simple & Convenient Kit for Detecting Activation of Caspases by Flow Cytometry in Living Cells.
Bestandteile D₂R Reagent
DTT (1 M)
D₂R Incubation Buffer
Andere Bezeichnung Caspase (CASP ELISA Kit Abstract)
Hintergrund Activation of members of caspase-family proteases plays a key role in apoptosis. The CaspSCREENTM Flow Cytometric Apoptosis Detection Kit provides a convenient means for detecting activation of caspases by flow cytometry in living cells. The assay is based on the cleavage of (aspartyl)2-Rhodamine 110 (D₂R), a reported substrate for members of caspase family proteases. The caspase substrate D₂R is non-fluorescent, however, upon cleavage of the substrate by cellular caspases, the released rhodamine 110 gives rise to fluorescence that can be measured at excitation of 488 nm and emission of 530 nm.
Applikationshinweise Detection of activated caspases in living cells.
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Further details regarding sample type: Live cells

Protokoll 1. Induce apoptosis in cells by desired method. Concurrently incubate a control culture without induction.
2. Count cells and pellet 1 x 10 5 cells.
3. Resuspend cells in 0.3 mL of D 2 R Incubation Buffer.
3. Add 3 µL of the 1 M DTT (10 mM final concentration).
4. Add 1 µL of the D 2 R Reagent.
5. Incubate at 37 °C for 10-20 min in the dark.
6. Analyzing cells by flow cytometry using FL-1 channel (Ex/Em = 488/530 nm).
Beschränkungen Nur für Forschungszwecke einsetzbar
Lagerung -20 °C
Informationen zur Lagerung Store kit at -20 °C (Store the Incubation Buffer at 4 °C after opening).
Haltbarkeit 6-12 months
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