Lentivirus Rapid Quantitation Kit

Lentivirus Rapid Quantitation Kit
  • Ultra-fast 45-60 minute procedure
  • Measures the viral nucleic acid content of purified lentivirus or unpurified supernatant
  • Limit of detection: 10^10 viral particles/mL from 100 µL of lentiviral supernatant


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QuickTiter™ Lentivirus Quantitation Kit
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It is often useful to quickly quantify your lentivirus prior to purification. Our QuickTiter™ Lentivirus Quantitation Kit provides a quick method for measuring the viral nucleic acid content of your lentivirus. This assay may be performed either before or after purification of your virus.

Assay Principle  for the QuickTiter™ Lentivirus Quantitation Kit.

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