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Membrane Target Systems: K562 cells membranes

Wild Type Subtype K562 Control Membrane frozen suspension cell membrane. Shipped on dry ice.

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Membrane Target Systems are quality assured frozen membranes from cells that express recombinant or endogenous receptors.

We submit every batch of receptor to stringent quality control
testing that includes saturation radioligand binding assay to determine receptor concentration (Bmax) and affinity (Kd). Competition binding assays are performed determine affinity (Ki) against known reference agonists and antagonists. GTPγS data is also provided for some of our Gi-coupled receptors.

Membranes are carefully prepared and ready for a variety of HTS applications, including radioligand binding (using either proximitymethods, such as FlashPlate, or classical filtration methods).

Products are packaged as frozen crude membrane preparations. One assay unit is defined as micrograms of protein, defined by competition binding assay (filtration). A complete product description and recommended protocol are included on the Product Information Sheet.

Some of our receptors may be restricted for sale in specified countries. Please inquire.

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Assay Target Type Membrane preparation
Host Cell K562
Product Brand Name Membrane Target Systems
Shipping Condition Dry Ice
Unit Size 10 mg
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Radiometric Reagents Guide 2010-2011

For over 50 years PerkinElmer has been a leading supplier of radiochemicals, liquid scintillation cocktails, vials and nuclear counting detection instruments. Today is no different. We have always been committed to providing you products for all of your radiometric needs and we are still committed today.

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