IVISbrite™ MPO 425 Chemiluminescent Probe in RediJect™ Solution ((XenoLight™ RediJect Inlammation Probe) is an in vivo imaging reagent for monitoring Inflammation. This probe is available in a ready-to-use format and can be conveniently applied to study myeloperoxidase (MPO) activity of activated phagocytes.
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The IVISbrite MPO 425 Chemiluminescent Probe in RediJect™ Solution enables longitudinal tracking of MPO level and inflammation status, in vivo, in a variety of disease models, including rheumatoid arthritis, acute septic shock, contact hypersensitivity reaction, and neutrophil rich cancers. This reagent comes in a 1 vial size, enough to inject 5 mice (based on 30g/mouse).
|Optical Imaging Classification||Chemiluminescence Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||IVISbrite|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||5.0 Units|
|Shipping Condition||Blue Ice|
|Therapeutic Area||Arthritis, Inflammation|
|Unit Size||1 Kit (5 animals)|
XenoLight RediJect Inflammation Probe is a chemiluminescent reagent for monitoring inflammation. This probe is offered in a ready-to-use format and can be conveniently applied to study myeloperoxidase (MPO) activity of activated phagocytes. The RediJect Inflammation Probe will allow for longitudinal ...
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