Cdc42 Activation Assays

  • Safe non-radioactive assay format
  • Colored agarose beads allow visual check
  • Fast results: 1 hour plus electrophoresis/blotting time
  • Compatible with human, mouse, and rat samples

 

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Cdc42 Activation Assay
Catalog Number
STA-402
Size
20 assays
Detection
Immunoblot
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$610.00
RhoA/Rac1/Cdc42 Activation Assay Combo Kit
Catalog Number
STA-405
Size
3 x 10 assays
Detection
Immunoblot
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$895.00
Rac1/Cdc42 Activation Assay Combo Kit
Catalog Number
STA-404
Size
2 x 20 assays
Detection
Immunoblot
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$895.00
Cdc42 Activation Assay Kit, Trial Size
Catalog Number
STA-402-T
Size
5 assays
Detection
Immunoblot
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$305.00
Product Details

Our Cdc42 Activation Assays use visible agarose beads to selectively precipitate the active form of Cdc42 protein. The precipitated small GTPase is then detected by Western blot using a Cdc42-specific antibody included in the kit.

If you are also studying Rac1 or RhoA, you may consider one of our economical combination kits.

Small GTPase Activation Assay Principle

Immunoblotting with the Rac Activation Assay. Lane 1: GTPase Immunoblot Positive Control. Lane 2: 293 cell lysate loaded with GDP and incubated with PAK1 PBD Agarose beads. Lane 3: 293 cell lysate loaded with GTPγS and incubated with PAK1 PBD Agarose beads.

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