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neolite Reporter Gene Assay System, 10 mL

Glow luminescence reporter gene assay combining benefits of both bright signal and long-lasting signal for firefly luciferase.

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Overview

neolite is a homogeneous, high sensitivity, long-lived glowtype firefly luciferase reporter gene assay system for the quantification of firefly luciferase expression in mammalian cells. The reagent formulation contains compounds that facilitate both cell lysis as well as the luciferase enzymatic reaction. neolite has been designed to cover the applications where a high light intensity is required together with an extended half-life. neolite is designed for systems that require increased sensitivity with the benefit of an extended detection time. neolite generates a luminescent signal that is both bright and stable. In general neolite has a signal half-life of more than 2 hours at high signal intensity. Large quantity bulk order quote available upon request. Please inquire with your local PerkinElmer representative.

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Automation Compatible Yes
Detection Method Luminescence
Experimental Type In vitro
Product Brand Name neolite
Quantity in a Package Amount 100.0 Units
Shipping Condition Ambient
Unit Size 10 mL
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