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ValiScreen Prostanoid EP4 (human) cell line

Stable, recombinant ValiScreen® cell line expressing the Prostanoid EP4 receptor, human recombinant in HEK293 host cells.

Part Number ES-563-C
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Cell Line Terms and Conditions must be accepted before orders are placed. Additional agreement needed for commercial use.

Overview

PerkinElmer’s ValiScreen® cell lines are provided in two vials of frozen cells, each containing ∽2.5 x 106 cells. Detailed product information as well as recommended cell culture conditions and validation assay date are available for each cell line.

Clonal selection for PerkinElmer’s ValiScreen cell lines is carried out with receptor binding. High and low expressors are then tested and selected for optimal binding and functional response according to the receptor specific transduction pathway.

PerkinElmer’s ValiScreen cell lines require accepted cell line Terms and Conditions prior to order processing. Additional agreement needed for commercial use. Contact us using the Request More Information button above for additional information regarding required documentation.

Specifications

Assay Validated Binding, cAMP
Receptor Type Prostanoid
Second Messenger Release cAMP
Shipping Condition Dry Ice
Special Ordering Information Requires accepted Terms and Conditions. Additional agreement needed for commercial use.
Unit Size 5 million cells
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