Non-radioactive CAT assays

Claude Aflalo aflaloc at BGUMAIL.BGU.AC.IL
Wed Jun 7 01:34:38 EST 1995


On 6 Jun 1995, Rick Neubig wrote:

> We are starting a project on regulated expression of CAT but 
> would like to avoid radioactivity. I saw the 5'3' catalog  
> entry for an ELISA but it was $130 for 96 samples. Does  
> anybody know about a cheaper way to do this?  
>  
> How would this compare with a Luciferase method (we might need 
> to construct that vector though). 
>  
> Thanks in advance. 
> Rick  
>  
> _________________________________________________________ 
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> 
> 

I would definitely go for Luciferase.
Check the Promega catalog.

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