Amnis® Protein Aggregate & Silicone Oil Detection Kit

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The Amnis® Protein Aggregate & Silicone Oil Detection Kit – 400 Tests (Part Number: APH10001) combined with Amnis® imaging flow cytometry allows for the convenient mix-and-read detection of protein aggregates and silicone oil droplets—two important classes of particles to monitor during protein formulation development. The kit contains a PROTEOSTAT® detection reagent, which is a proprietary orange fluorescent probe used to measure aggregated protein, and a BODIPY® detection reagent, which is a lipophilic green fluorescent dye used to brightly label silicone droplets.

Product Information

Components:

  • 10X Assay Buffer
  • 1000X PROTEOSTAT® Detection Reagent
  • Monomeric IgG Negative Control
  • Aggregated IgG Positive Control
  • 1000X BODIPY®
  • Nuclease-free H2O

Detection Method:

Fluorescence

Storage Conditions:

  • -20oC

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

BODIPY is a registered trademark of Thermo Fisher Scientific. PROTEOSTAT is a registered trademark of Enzo Lifesciences, Inc.

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Product

Amnis® Protein Aggregate & Silicone Oil Detection Kit – 400 Tests

Part Number

APH10001

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