Cellular Senescence Staining Kit

  • Stain cells for senescence-associated ß-galactosidase
  • Assay performed in a standard 35 mm culture dish

 

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Cellular Senescence Detection Kit (SA-β-Gal Staining)
Catalog Number
CBA-230
Size
50 assays
Detection
Light Microscopy
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$405.00
Cellular Senescence Detection Kit (SA-β-Gal Staining)
Catalog Number
CBA-230-5
Size
5 x 50 assays
Detection
Light Microscopy
Manual/Data Sheet Download
SDS Download
Price
$1,725.00
Product Details

Our Cellular Senescence Staining Kit provides an efficient method to visualize Senescence Associated (SA) ß-galactosidase. SA-ß-Gal catalyzes the hydrolysis of X-gal, which produces a blue color in senescent cells. Visualize results with a standard light microscope.

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