Assays are a great tool to test a variety of different features and to get more information about one specific detail for your research.
Because we know your time is valuable, we offer a lot of innovative and standard arrays&assays to make your life easier with their easy-to handle systems. You may know in very early stages of your project which way may be the best to choose. At crucial points you get the right hints to start over and get your protocols standardized.
We have standardized assays like Elisa and functional assays like Cancer Stem Cell assays for Leukemic cells, Colony Forming assays (CFUs) or Angiogenesis tracing kits.
We offer two different Angiogenesis systems the V2A AngioKit and the AngioTracing Kits.
V2A AngioKit is a co-culture system of HUVEC and fibroblast that is delivered as a kit of cryo-preserved cells (already mixed) and all necessary reagents.
The human AngioTracing Kit incorporates GFP-tagged human endothelial cells from variable tissues that are co-cultured with RFP-tagged human mesenchymal supporting cells in a specially designed medium.
Both systems will form a network of anastomosing tubules that closely resembles the capillary bed found in vivo after 1-2 weeks.
The Angiogenesis Tracing Kits are designed to content:
We offer the following kits (24 well-format):
Apoptosis is an extreme of cell death and is characterized by several biochemical features e.g. cell shrinkage, membrane blebbing, chromosome condensation, nuclear fragmentation and DNA laddering. We offer different assays to detect induced or ongoing apoptosis via Annexin, Caspase, Cathepsin D or DNA strand breaks (TUNEL).
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The MicroMatrix extra cellular matrix (ECM) array enables rapid screening of 36 different combinations of extra cellular matrix proteins (ECMPs) in a single experiment, requiring only a limited population of cells. Each of the 36 ECM conditions on a MicroMatrix array consists of one to several matrix proteins, spotted onto a thin hydrogel layer. Cells will attach only to the ECM spots, with greater cell density and superior morphology being observed in the matrix conditions for which the cells have an affinity. Once identified on the MicroMatrix array the ECM conditions that support your cell's attachment, morphology and other desired outcomes, can be further investigated in a chambered slide system or ordered as an optimized solution to coat labware.
The assays can be used also to investigate the influence of the microenvironment of stem cell differentiation.
Cell based Elisa are used to characterize human primary cell differentiation/un-differentiation (adipocytes, chondrocytes and osteoblasts), adult stem cell differentiation (MSC) or Cancer Stem Cells (Breast CSC and Pancreatic CSC).
Cell metabolism is a mirror of cellular status and gives us hints for critical cellular processes in cancer, immunology, hematology, drug discovery and drug development. Our partner METAFORA Biosystems has developed a technology that makes it easy to generate information about the cell metabolism. METAscreen product line uses RGBs, the only cell surface ligands for:
The RBDs are innovative and unmatched biological tools which will quickly detect and quantify SLCs (key nutrient transporter) at the cell surface.
ColonyGEL™ Methylcellulose-based CFC Assays
About Colony Forming Cell Assays
Hematopoietic progenitors with lineage-restricted (less primitive) or multi-lineage (more primitive) potential form morphologically distinct colonies when grown in a suitable semi-solid medium containing appropriate growth factors and other supplements. To form the specific colony type that characterizes its potential, a progenitor cell must both proliferate and differentiate within the supportive matrix.
Colony-forming cell (CFC) assays therefore have great utility in the identification and enumeration of the different types of functional progenitors in hematopoietic tissues (e.g. bone marrow, cord blood, fetal liver) and manipulated cell populations (e.g. purified, expanded, frozen/thawed, drug treated, etc.).
For a variety of reasons, methylcellulose has become the matrix of choice for semi-solid media for CFC assays. Pre-screening and qualification of the various components of methylcellulose-based media allow for media products that are highly reproducible in their ability to support vigorous and robust growth of the various types of progenitors.
ColonyGEL™ meets the highest standards of methylcellulose-based media for hematopoietic colony-forming cell assays.
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We offer CFU media for:
EDU PROLIFERATION ASSAYS give you the number of deviding cells.
Get the click chemistry – Baseclick, founded 2008, offers Proliferation Assays. Their products are based on the outstanding “click technology”. The detection of cell proliferation is of utmost importance for assessing cell health, determining genotoxicity or evaluating anticancer drugs.
The core of the this technology is the “click reaction”, a copper catalyzed cycloaddition allowing virtually unlimited functionalization of both small synthetic oligonucleotides and large gene fragments with unprecedented efficiency. Characteristic therefore are the broad application possibilities, high yields and easy & quick reaction conditions using readily available and inexpensive reagents.
All kits are availabe as small, medium and large. You can select the in vivo kits with the dye of choice and the right EdU content for your animal model.
small: 50 mg medium: 500 mg large: 1000 mg
MTT and WST-1 assays are available, too.
Cell viability / vitality assays gives you the number of healthy cells in your culture. We offer assays based on MTT or WST-1.
We offer ELISA kits for different topics e.g.
Assess the purity of sorted T-cells, B-cells, or Myeloid cells directly in the genomic DNA sample for lineage-specific chimerism analysis.
Measure trace metals by micoplate reader within 10 minutes! The kits which we offer does not contain any hazardous components like cyanide or azide as preservative.
Samples: e.g. serum, plasma, urine, salvias, cell lysates, tiisue extracts, hair extracts and water.