- Advanced Glycation End (AGE) Products Assays
- Antioxidant Assays
- Catalase Assay
- DNA Damage Assays
- Fluorescent in vivo Detectors for intracellular hydrogen peroxide
- Glutathione Assays
- GST Assays
- Hydrogen Peroxide Assays
- Intracellular Nucleotides Detection
- Lipid Peroxidation Assays
- Nitric Oxide (NO) Assays
- Other Oxidative Stress Assays
- Oxidase/Peroxidase Activity
- Proteasome Activity Assays
- Protein Disulfide Isomerase Assays
- Protein Nitration (Nitrosylation) Assays
- Protein Oxidation Assays
- Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and Antioxidant Assays
- RNA Damage Assays
- Superoxide Dismutase Assay
- Thioredoxin Assays
• Select the assay suitable for your sample type
• High sensitivity and reliability
Oxidative stress is caused by the presence of any of a number of reactive oxygen species (ROS) which the cell is unable to counterbalance. The result is damage to one or more biomolecules including DNA, RNA, proteins and lipids. Oxidative stress has been implicated in the natural aging process as well as a variety of disease states.
Selecting assays for oxidative stress begins with your samples. There are many markers of oxidative stress, but some are more easily detected in certain sample types (cells, tissues, urine, blood, etc.).
A broad portfolio of sensitive, easy-to-use assays developed by Cell Biolabs to quantify oxidative stress is offered. Use the following table to determine the best assays for your sample type.
Assays for the detection of senescence-associated beta-galactosidase are also provided, see link below.
NOTE: Many oxidative stress markers degrade over time, so the best results usually come from fresh samples. For best results from samples that have been frozen for 6 to 24 months, choose one of the markers above with an asterisk (*).