Adenovirus Functional Titer Immunoassay Kit

  • More accurate adenoviral titer than traditional plaque-forming unit assays
  • Faster results: 2.5 days vs. 10 days
  • No agar overlay steps
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QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Titer Immunoassay Kit
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100 assays
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QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Titer Immunoassay Kit, Trial Size
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20 assays
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Accurate measurement of adenovirus titer is critical for gene delivery. Traditional plaque-forming unit (PFU) assays are long and suffer from high inter-assay variability.

The QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Titer Immunoassay Kit provide a quick, complete system to functionally titer virus infectivity. The assay recognizes all 41 serotypes of adenovirus, and can be used with any adenovirus system that can amplify in HEK 293 cells.

ICC Staining with the QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Titer Immunoassay Kit. HEK 293AD cells (#AD-100) were infected with different dilutions of purified Ad-ß-Galactosidease (#ADV-002) for 48 hours. Immunostaining was performed according to the assay protocol. X-gal staining was performed with the ß-Galactosidase Staining Kit (#AKR-100).

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