EnzChek® Cellulase Substrate, blue fluorescent, 339/452

Catalog number: E33953

Molecular Probes™  Related applications: Cell Viability, Proliferation & Function | Cellular Imaging | Protein Assays and Analysis

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Description

The EnzChek® cellulase substrate was developed for simple and rapid quantitation of cellulase. The assay can be completed in 30 minutes or less. Simply mix the enzyme with the EnxChek® cellulase substrate working solution, incubate, and read the results using excitation/emission maxima ~339/452 nm. In contrast to other more complex, multistep assays, the EnzChek® cellulase substrate is perfect for use in a high-throughput environment. This fluorescence substrate is highly sensitive, with a detection limit as low as 40 µU/mL cellulase. It is also possible to use this substrate in a colorimetric assay, albeit with reduced sensitivity.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Substrate: Cellulase substrate
Product Size: 1 mg
Substrate Type: Cellulase Substrate
Detection Method: Fluorescent, Colorimetric
Substrate Properties: Chemical Substrate
For Use With (Equipment): Microplate Reader, Fluorometer
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature

Contents & storage

Store in freezer (-5 to -30°C) and protect from light.

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