Adenovirus Rapid Quantitation Kit

Adenovirus Rapid Quantitation Kit
  • Ultra-fast 45-60 minute procedure
  • Measures the viral nucleic acid content of purified adenovirus or unpurified supernatant
  • Limit of detection: 10^10 viral particles/mL from 100 µL of adenoviral supernatant
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QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Quantitation Kit
Catalog Number
VPK-106
Size
20 assays
Detection
Fluorometric
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$585.00
Product Details

Quantifying your adenovirus prep prior to infection will help you determine the amount of virus needed to achieve the appropriate MOI (multiplicity of infection) for your target cells. Our QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Quantitation Kit provides a quick method for measuring the viral nucleic acid content of your adenovirus. This assay may be performed either before or after purification of your virus.

Assay Principle for the QuickTiter™ Adenovirus Quantitation Kit.

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