Protein Carbonyl ELISA

Protein Carbonyl ELISA
  • Detect as little as 10 µg/mL in a standard microplate reader
  • No concentration or precipitation steps that contribute to sample loss
  • Suitable for plasma, serum, cell lysates or purified proteins


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OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl ELISA Kit
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96 assays
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OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl ELISA Kit
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5 x 96 assays
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The most common products of protein oxidation in biological samples are the carbonyl derivatives of proline, lysine, arginine and threonine residues. Such derivatives are chemically stable and serve as markers for oxidative stress in most types of reactive oxygen species.

Our OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl ELISA Kit provides a rapid, efficient method for the detection of protein carbonyl residues. The ELISA format is perfect for higher throughput and high sensitivity; we have eliminated concentration and precipitation steps allowing greater sample retention.

Standard Curve Generated with the OxiSelect™ Protein Carbonyl ELISA Kit.

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