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Code No. CY-1161

CycLex® Cyclic GMP dependent protein kinase (cGK) Assay Kit

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96 assays

Data

Components Microplate (coated with recombinant G-kinase substrate), 10×Wash Buffer, Kinase Buffer, 20×ATP, HRP conjugated Detection Antibody, Substrate Reagent, Stop Solution
Intended use This Kit is primarily designed to measure the activities of purified the cGK family of kinases for the rapid and sensitive evaluation of inhibitors or activators.
Storage temp. 4°C Manufacturer MBL
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Research area
Drug discovery
Signal transduction
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