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GTP Gamma S G-Protein Coupled SPA Assay Kit

SPA bead-based GTPγS binding (GPCR) assay kit.

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G-Protein Coupled Receptor Binding Assay contains the following components*:

  • WGA PVT SPA beads
  • 5 × assay buffer
  • Instructions for use

*In addition, the user will require guanosine
5'-[γ-35S] thiophosphate, triethylammonium salt,
([35S]GTPγS). This product is not supplied as part
of the kit.


Detection Method Radiometric
Shipping Condition Dry Ice
Unit Size 1 kit
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