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Assay Kits  >  Phosphatase Assay Kits  >>  SensoLyte ® FDP Protein Phosphatase Assay Kit *Fluorimetric*

Product Name SensoLyte ® FDP Protein Phosphatase Assay Kit *Fluorimetric*
Size 1 kit
Catalog # AS-71100
US$ $286

Protein phosphatases have received great attention as drug-screening targets. FDP is a highly sensitive fluorogenic substrate for most phosphatases, i.e., alkaline phosphatases, protein tyrosine phosphatases and serine/threonine phosphatases. The phosphatase-induced hydrolysis of FDP yields an intense fluorescent product that has excitation wavelength around 490 nm, and emission maximum around 520 nm. The fluorescence of FDP hydrolyzed product is strengthened when pH > 7.0. For some protein phosphatase requiring slightly acidic buffer for reaction, a pH-adjusting stop solution should be added before reading the fluorescence signal. The kit can be used for characterizing kinetics of enzyme reaction and high throughput screening of protein phosphatase inducers and inhibitors. Kit Size: 500 assays

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