MCH100110 Muse® Mitopotential Assay Kit

MCH100110
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      Catalogue NumberMCH100110
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      • Muse
      DescriptionMuse® Mitopotential Assay Kit
      OverviewThe Muse MitoPotential Assay allows for the simultaneous measurement of 2 important cell health parameters; change in mitochondrial potential, considered an early hallmark of apoptosis and cellular plasma membrane permeabilization or cell death. Minimal sample preparation is required in this no-wash, mix –and-read assay to obtain accurate and precise results. The software provides:

      • Concentrations (cells/mL) for live, depolarized, depolarized/dead, and dead cells
      • Percentage of live, depolarized, depolarized/dead, and dead cells


      The Muse MitopPotential Assay is for use with the Muse™ Cell Analyzer. The Muse™ System makes sophisticated fluorescent-based analysis fast, easy, convenient, and affordable. Sample preparation is minimal, and after loading samples onto Muse™ Cell Analyzer, intuitive software provides detailed or summary analysis of your cell sample in a few short steps.
      Sufficient reagent is provided for the preparation and analysis of 100 tests
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      • Muse Cell Analyzer
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      ApplicationThe Muse MitoPotential Assay Kit allows for the simultaneous measurement of 2 important cell health parameters; change in mitochondrial potential, considered an early hallmark of apoptosis & cellular plasma membrane permeabilization or cell death.
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      • 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.
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      TitleLot Number
      Muse MitoPotential Kit - 100 Tests - 14-027614-0276

      Brochure

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      Muse Cell Analyzer Service Plans (MilliporeSigma)
      Advancing cancer research: From hallmarks & biomarkers to tumor microenvironment progression
      Experience simple, affordable flow cytometry.

      Technical Info

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      Application Note: Muse Cell Analyzer: Kinetics of intracellular nitric oxide production and cytotoxicity in lipopolysaccharide- and interferon-ã-induced macrophage activation
      Muse™ MitoPotential Assay
      White Paper: Individual cell analysis for protein expression and cell health markers presents a rapid, quantitative alternative to bulk detection methods for fundamental assays.

      Posters

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      Muse Cell Analyzer Apoptosis Signaling and Detection (EMD)
      Muse Cell Health Poster: A World of Cell Health Between Life and Death (MilliporeSigma)

      User Guides

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      Muse™ MitoPotential Kit User’s Guide
      Quick Reference Card Muse™ MitoPotential Kit

      Newsletters / Publications

      Title
      Cellutions - The Newsletter for Cell Biology Researchers Vol 2:2012