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13-101

ATP Reagent SS

1835 SEK

ATP detection down to 10-18 mole, the amount of ATP found in a single bacterial cell.

The light emission is very high, however not stable with a decay of 235% per minute. The high light decay makes it necessary to use the reagent with a dispenser equipped luminometer.

46-051

ATP Standard 1 µM

185 SEK

1 µM, 5 mL

ATP Standard 1 µM is intended for the calibration of assays with 11-501 ATP Reagent SL in situations where 45-051 ATP Standard 10 µM gives to much light. ATP Standard 10 µM is intended for the calibration of assays with 11-501 ATP Reagent SL. The ATP Standard is stable in liquid form and certified by the Swedish Standards Institute.

48-072

ATP Standard 10 nM

278 SEK

10 nM, 6,7 mL (dropper bottle). Calibration of ATP assays with standard addition

ATP standard makes i possible to express ATP measurements in moles rather than RLU.

ATP Standard 10 nM is diluted in Extractant B/S and is used in hygiene control assays. The ATP Standard is stable in liquid form and certified by the Swedish Standards Institute.

 

45-051

ATP Standard 10 µM

185 SEK

10 µM, 5 mL

ATP Standard 10 µM is intended for the calibration of assays with 11-501 ATP Reagent SL. The ATP Standard is stable in liquid form and certified by the Swedish Standards Institute.

47-051

ATP Standard 100 nM

185 SEK

100 nM, 5 mL

ATP Standard 100 nM is intended for the calibration of assays with 12-101 ATP Reagent HS. The ATP Standard is stable in liquid form and certified by the Swedish Standards Institute.

ATP Substrate 100

ATP Substrate 100

232 SEK

For in vitro studies of fire fly luciferase, 100 tests

The reagent contains ATP and Luciferase activators to obtain a stable light (less than 2% decay per minute).

ATP Substrate 200

ATP Substrate 200

426 SEK

For in vitro studies of fire fly luciferase, 200 tests

The reagent contains ATP and Luciferase activators to obtain a stable light (less than 2% decay per minute).

Cell Lysing Reagent

Cell Lysing Reagent

473 SEK

10 mL reagent for extraction of ATP from mammalian cells.

Cell Lysing Reagent is intended for the extraction of ATP from mammalian cells. It contains a milder detergent than Extractant B/S and will not affect bacterial cells. If Cell Lysing Reagent is reconstituted in 71-101 ATP Eliminating Reagent extracellular ATP will be eliminated as well, for cases when only bacterial ATP is of interest.

188-441

Cell viability Kit SL

6943 SEK

For analyzing cell samples with high cell density

Cell Viability Kit SL is intended for use with mammalian cell samples with high cell density or with cell samples with higher density of ATPases, e.g. nerve cells. The kit contains a stronger ATPase inhibitor than 155-050 Cellular ATP Kit HTS and produces stable light.

A mammalian cell contains approx. 1 femtomole ATP. 188-441 Cell Viablity Kit SL is useful for quantification of ATP in the range 10^-11– 10^-7 mole/L. This kit can be used for determination of ATP levels in e.g. animal or bacterial cells in a variety of circumstances:
Estimation of cell numbers
Cell proliferation studies
Cytotoxicity studies

155-050

Cellular ATP

3968 SEK

For analyzing  mammalian cell samples as HTS

Cellular ATP Kit HTS is intended for use with mammalian cell samples. It is an easy-to-use kit where the lysing buffer, an ATPase inhibitor, and the ATP Reagent are combined in one reagent. The light emission is extremly stable, providing that all ATPases in the sample have been completly inhibited. That makes the 155-050 Cellular ATP Kit HTS suitable for high throughput screening.

In samples with a high density of ATPases, e.g. nerve cells, the ATPase inhibitor in the Cellular ATP Kit might not completly inhibit the ATPases. This will result in a slight decay of light. In such cases, a luminometer with dispensers could be used. Alternatively use 188-441 Cell Viability Kit SL which contains a stronger ATPase inhibitor.