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HTRF® Transcreener® ADP

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Based on HTRF technology, the HTRF Transcreener ADP assay is a universal method for identifying and characterizing the phosphotransferase activity induced by any ATP/ADP dependent target, such as serine/threonine and tyrosine kinases, as well as lipid kinases and chaperonins.

The formation of ADP is detected by a specific monoclonal antibody labeled with Eu3+ cryptate, and directly correlates with the amount of phosphorylated substrate in kinase assays.

Features
•    Monoclonal antibody specific to ADP
•    Homogeneous non-radioactive screening alternative
•    Enzyme-free detection technology
•    Compatible with any substrate

Applications
•    Kinases and ATPases
•    High Throughput Screening
•    Profiling
•    Mechanistic studies

Product HTRF® Transcreener® ADP
Company Cisbio Bioassays
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Cisbio Bioassays
Parc Marcel Boiteux BP 84175 30200 Codolet, France

Tel: +33 (0)4 66 79 67 05
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Email: bioassays@cisbio.com



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