Liquid Alkaline Phosphatase Substrate Reagent for ELISA

Christina P. Liu cliu at ic.net
Mon Aug 14 12:11:14 EST 1995


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>Subject: Liquid Alkaline Phosphatase Substrate Reagent for ELISA
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>Can anyone suggest a good, reliable LIQUID  Alkaline Phosphatase 
>Substrate Reagent, suitable for ELISA work ?.   Thank you.
>

I have heard that KPL's p-NPP (p-Nitrophenylphosphate) Microwell ELISA 
Substrate is supposed to work well.  It's supplied as a kit (p-NPP tablets, 
and Diethanolamine buffer concentrate).  

They can be reached at the following address:
Kirkegaard & Perry Laboratories 
2 Cessna Court
Gaithersburg, MD  20879
(301) 948-7755 (phone)
(301) 948-0169 (FAX)

I hope this helps!

Christina


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Christina Liu
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