ApoLive-Glo Multiplex Assay

by Promega
Available SKUs: G6410 | G6411 |
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  • Two Technologies Combined in One Effective Assay

    The ApoLive-Glo™ Multiplex Assay measures both the number of viable cells as a marker of cytotoxicity and caspase activation as a marker of apoptosis within a single assay well to determine the mechanism of cell death. The first part of the assay measures the activity of a protease marker of cell viability. The live-cell protease activity is restricted to intact viable cells and is measured using a fluorogenic, cell-permeant, peptide substrate (glycyl-phenylalanyl-amino fluorocoumarin; GF-AFC). The substrate enters intact cells, where it is cleaved by the live-cell protease activity to generate a fluorescent signal proportional to the number of living cells. This live-cell protease becomes inactive upon loss of cell membrane integrity and leakage into the surrounding culture medium.

    The second part of the assay uses the Caspase-Glo® Assay technology to detect caspase activation, a key biomarker of apoptosis. The Caspase-Glo® Assay provides a luminogenic caspase-3/7 substrate, which contains the tetrapeptide sequence DEVD, in a reagent optimized for caspase activity, luciferase activity and cell lysis. Adding the Caspase-Glo® 3/7 Reagent in an 'add-mix-measure' format results in cell lysis, followed by caspase cleavage of the substrate and generation of a 'glow-type' luminescent signal produced by luciferase. Luminescence is proportional to the amount of caspase activity present.

  • Protocols

    Complete Protocol

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    ApoLive-Glo™ Multiplex Assay Technical Manual

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    Quick Protocols

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    ApoLive-Glo™ Multiplex Assay Quick Protocol FB116

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    Storage Conditions

    -30C TO -10C

    Use Restrictions

    For Research Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.

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