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DGKI Colorimetric Cell-Based ELISA

Catalog No : CB5809
  • Reactivity
    Human, Rat
  • Size
    1 Kit
  • Price
    $380.00
The DGKI Colorimetric Cell-Based ELISA Kit is a convenient, lysate-free, high throughput and sensitive assay kit that can detect DGKI protein expressino profile in cells. The kit can be used for measuring the relative amounts of DGKI in cultured cells as well as screening for the effects that variuos treatments, inhibitors (ie siRNA or chemicals), or activators have on DGKI.
Details
  • Product Name
    DGKI Colorimetric Cell-Based ELISA
  • Catalog No
    CB5809
  • Detection Method
    Colorimetric 450 nm
  • Dynamic Range
    > 5000 Cells
  • Storage/Stability
    4°C/6 Months
  • Reactivity
    Human, Rat
  • Assay Type
    Cell-Based
  • Database Links
    Gene ID: 9162, UniProt ID: O75912, OMIM #: 604072, Unigene #: Hs.242947
  • Format
    96-Well Microplate
  • Manual (PDF)
  • NCBI Gene Symbol
    DGKI
  • Sub Type
    None
  • Synonyms
    DAG kinase iota, DGK-IOTA, DGK-iota, DGKI, diacylglycerol kinase, iota, diglyceride kinase
  • TargetName
    DGKI
Application Images
Western blot analysis of extracts from 293 cells, using DGKI Antibody.
An illustrated breakdown of the colorimetric Non-Phospho Cell-Based ELISA assay principles.
A short protocol of the steps taken in Assay Biotechnology's Cell-Based ELISA Kits.
The Anti-GAPDH Antibody is a mouse monoclonal antibody used as a positive control in Assay Biotechnology's Cell-Based ELISA kits. It was tested on Western Blots with the tissue lysates from human, mouse, and rat for specificity.
Western blot analysis of extracts from 293 cells, using DGKI Antibody.
An illustrated breakdown of the colorimetric Non-Phospho Cell-Based ELISA assay principles.
A short protocol of the steps taken in Assay Biotechnology's Cell-Based ELISA Kits.
The Anti-GAPDH Antibody is a mouse monoclonal antibody used as a positive control in Assay Biotechnology's Cell-Based ELISA kits. It was tested on Western Blots with the tissue lysates from human, mouse, and rat for specificity.