ApoGSH Colorimetric Glutathione Detection Kit Add to Cart

Cat#: K261-100-BV
Quantity: 100 assays
Price: 481 €
Supplier: BioVision
Shipping: Blue Ice
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Diminished glutathione (GSH) level occurs at the early stages of apoptosis.
BioCat offers two convenient kits for assaying glutathione levels by fluorometric and
colorimetric methods.


ApoGSH™ Glutathione Colorimetric Assay

The ApoGSH™ Glutathione Colorimetric Assay Kit provides a convenient, colorimetric
method for analyzing total glutathione using a microtiter plate reader.
The assay is based on the glutathione recycling system by DTNB and glutathione reductase.
DTNB and glutathione (GSH) react to generate 2-nitro-5-thiobenzoic acid and GSSG.
Since 2-nitro-5-thiobenzoic acid is a yellow colored product, GSH concentration can be
determined by the measuring absorbance at 412 nm.
GSH is generated from GSSG by glutathione reductase, and reacts with DTNB again to
produce more 2-nitro-5-thiobenzoic acid. Therefore, the recycling system improves the
sensitivity of total glutathione detection.
The kit includes all necessary reagents to quantify total glutathione concentrations from 1
µM to 100 µM using the standard colorimetric method.
For detecting lower glutathione concentrations, such as in blood samples, increasing reaction
time will generate stronger signal.

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