S7107 | ApopTag® TdT Enzyme

Detection of apoptotic cells with ApopTag® Red in human lymph node tissue, fixed with 10% neutral-buffered formalin and paraffin-embedded.
Detection of apoptotic cells with ApopTag® Red in human lymph node tissue, fixed with 10% neutral-bu
S7107
300 µL  1000 units/mL
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      Description
      Catalogue Number
      Brand Family Chemicon®
      Trade Name
      • Chemicon
      • ApopTag
      Description ApopTag® TdT Enzyme
      Overview ApopTag® Terminal deoxynucleotidyl Transferase (TdT) is a recombinant enzyme intended for use in labeling the 3'-OH ends of fragmented DNA during apoptotic cell detection. Qualified for use with Apoptag® In Situ Apoptosis Detection Kits (Catalog #s: S7100, S7101, S7110, S7111, S7160 and S7165).
      ApopTag is a registered trademark of Serologicals Company.
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      Applications
      Application ApopTag Terminal deoxynucleotidyl Transferase (TdT) is a recombinant enzyme intended for use in labeling the 3'-OH ends of fragmented DNA during apoptotic cell detection.
      Application Notes Materials Provided:
      Each vial contains 300 μl of ApopTag® Terminal Transferase (TdT) Enzyme.
      Instructions for Use

      Prepare labeling mixture as follows:
      77 μl ApopTag® Reaction Buffer (S7105 or kit component # 02)
      33 μl ApopTag® TdT Enzyme
      Mix well and keep on ice. This reagent may be prepared in advance and stored on ice for no more than 6 hours. The Reaction Buffer - TdT Enzyme mixture is ready for use at the "APPLY WORKING STRENGTH TdT ENZYME" step in The Complete ApopTag® Manual.
      Warnings and Precautions :
      ApopTag® Terminal Transferase (TdT) Enzyme contains potassium cacodylate (dimethylarsinic acid) as a buffer. This material is harmful if swallowed; avoid contact with skin and eyes (wear gloves, glasses); wash areas of contact immediately.
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      Usage Statement
      • Unless otherwise stated in our catalog or other company documentation accompanying the product(s), our products are intended for research use only and are not to be used for any other purpose, which includes but is not limited to, unauthorized commercial uses, in vitro diagnostic uses, ex vivo or in vivo therapeutic uses or any type of consumption or application to humans or animals.
      Storage and Shipping Information
      Storage Conditions Recommended Storage -15°C to -25°C.
      Packaging Information
      Material Size 300 µL
      Material Package 1000 units/mL
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      Certificats d'analyse

      TitreNuméro de lot
      ApopTag#174; TdT Enzyme - 1988738 1988738
      ApopTag#174; TdT Enzyme - 2042206 2042206
      ApopTag#174; TdT Enzyme - 2089006 2089006
      ApopTag#174; TdT Enzyme - 2195945 2195945
      ApopTag#174; TdT Enzyme - 2268819 2268819
      ApopTag® TdT Enzyme - 2430403 2430403
      ApopTag® TdT Enzyme - 2459544 2459544
      ApopTag® TdT Enzyme - 2309082 2309082
      ApopTag® TdT Enzyme - 2365975 2365975
      ApopTag® TdT Enzyme - 2506467 2506467

      Références bibliographiques

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      Notch signaling controls the balance of ciliated and secretory cell fates in developing airways.
      Po-Nien Tsao,Michelle Vasconcelos,Konstantin I Izvolsky,Jun Qian,Jining Lu,Wellington V Cardoso
      Development (Cambridge, England) 136 2009

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