Flow cytometry from Abcam

Flow cytometry from Abcam

Cell Biology

July 15, 2019

Flow cytometry is a popular laser-based technology to analyze the characteristics of cells or particles. It is predominantly used to measure fluorescence intensity produced by fluorescent-labeled antibodies detecting proteins, or ligands that bind to specific cell-associated molecules such as propidium iodide binding to DNA.

The staining procedure involves making a single-cell suspension from cell culture or tissue samples. The cells are then incubated in tubes or microtiter plates with unlabeled or fluorochrome-labeled antibodies and analyzed on the flow cytometer.

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NEW RIDASCREEN Chloramphenicol

NEW RIDASCREEN Chloramphenicol

Cell Biology

The new RIDASCREEN Chloramphenicol (R1511)  is a competitive enzyme immunoassay for the quantitative analysis of chloramphenicol in milk, milk powder, dairy products, honey and royal jelly, meat, fish, shrimp, eggs, urine (also chloramphenicol glucuronide), plasma/serum and feed. The test kit contains all reagents required for the enzyme immunoassay.

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