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Met (Phospho-Tyr1234) Fluorometric Cell-Based ELISA Kit

Catalog No : FLUO-CBP1615
  • Reactivity
    Human, Mouse, Rat
  • Cell-Based ELISA
  • Size
    1 Kit
  • Price
    $480.00
The Met (Phospho-Tyr1234) Fluorometric Cell-Based Phospho ELISA Kit is a convenient, lysate-free, high throughput and sensitive assay kit that can monitor Met (Phospho-Tyr1234) protein phosphorylation and expression profile in cells. The kit can be used for measuring the relative amounts of phosphorylated Met (Phospho-Tyr1234) in cultured cells as well as screening for the effects that various treatments, inhibitors (ie. siRNA or chemicals, or activators have on MET phosphorylation.
Details
  • Product Name
    Met (Phospho-Tyr1234) Fluorometric Cell-Based ELISA Kit
  • Catalog No
    FLUO-CBP1615
  • Detection Method
    Fluorometric
  • Dynamic Range
    > 5000 Cells
  • Storage/Stability
    4°C/6 Months
  • Reactivity
    Human, Mouse, Rat
  • Assay Type
    Cell-Based ELISA
  • Database Links
    Gene ID: 4233, UniProt ID: P08581, OMIM #: 114550/164860/605074/611015, Unigene #: Hs.132966
  • Format
    Two 96-Well Plates
  • Manual (PDF)
  • NCBI Gene Symbol
    MET
  • Sub Type
    Phospho
  • Synonyms
    c-met, Hepatocyte growth factor receptor precursor, HGF receptor, HGF-SF receptor, kinase Met, Met proto- oncogene tyrosine kinase, met proto-oncogene (hepatocyte growth factor receptor)
  • TargetName
    Phospho-Met (Tyr1234)
Application Images
Image 1 Western blot analysis of extracts from HuvEc cells and COS7cells, using Met (Phospho-Tyr1234) Antibody.
Image 2 Jurkat cells were starved for 24 hrs. and stimulated with 200nM PMA for 1 hrs.
Image 3 An illustrated breakdown of the colorimetric Non-Phospho Cell-Based ELISA assay principles.
Image 4 A short protocol of the steps taken in Assay Biotechnology's Cell-Based ELISA Kits.
Image 5 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.