method(s) to measure ATP

Yasha Hartberg Yasha at bioch.tamu.edu
Wed Sep 7 18:08:52 EST 1994


 In article <Lab_Mac_Hanson-070994131012 at 128.84.203.224>,
> Hanson Lab <Lab_Mac_Hanson at QMrelay.mail.cornell.edu> wrote:
> >In article <1994Sep6.141917.1 at eagle.wesleyan.edu>,
> >tjames at eagle.wesleyan.edu wrote:
> >
> >> I am looking for a very sensitive assay method for measuring ATP levels in
> >> biological samples. I cannot use radioactivity.I am not current on the
> >> literature in this area. Could someone give me pointers to any methods. 
> >> -- 
> >Ursula, 
> >



I'm sure you have probably thought of this and I certainly don't want to
sound insulting (after all I don't know what kind of access you have to
equipment), but why not try something simple like HPLC?

Yasha Hartberg
Texas A&M University
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