Retrovirus Rapid Quantitation Kit

Retrovirus Rapid Quantitation Kit
  • Ultra-fast 45-60 minute procedure
  • Measures the viral nucleic acid content of purified retrovirus or unpurified retroviral supernatant
  • Limit of detection: 1.5 x 10^9 viral particles/mL from 100 µL of retroviral supernatant


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QuickTiter™ Retrovirus Quantitation Kit
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Our QuickTiter™ Retrovirus Quantitation Kit provides a quick method for determining retroviral titer. This assay measures the viral nucleic acid content of your retrovirus, and may be performed either before or after purification of your virus.

Assay Principle for the QuickTiter™ Retrovirus Quantitation Kit.

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