Lxre Luciferase Reporter Assay

Luciferase Reporter Assay Kit

55R-1540 200 assays
EUR 294
Description: Assay Kit for detection of Luciferase Reporter in the research laboratory

Human IgG antibody Laboratories manufactures the lxre luciferase reporter assay reagents distributed by Genprice. The Lxre Luciferase Reporter Assay reagent is RUO (Research Use Only) to test human serum or cell culture lab samples. To purchase these products, for the MSDS, Data Sheet, protocol, storage conditions/temperature or for the concentration, please contact luciferase assay. Other Lxre products are available in stock. Specificity: Lxre Category: Luciferase Group: Reporter Assay

SuperLight™ Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit

1000
EUR 459
Description: Bright bioluminescent reagent system for rapid quantitation of luciferase reporter gene expression in transfected cells and high-throughput drug screens. Key Features: High sensitivity and wide detection range. Detection of as little of 2 fg luciferase and as few as 4 cells. Plus, the emitted light is linear over seven orders of magnitude. Compatible with routine laboratory and HTS formats. Assays can be performed in tubes or microplates, on LJL Analyst, Berthold Luminometer, Top-Count, MicroBeta counters, chemiluminescent image plate readers (CLIPR/LeadSeeker). Assay reagents compatible with all liquid handling systems. Fast and convenient. Homogeneous "mix-and-measure" assay allows detection of luciferase levels within 10 minutes. The optimally combined reagent system allows a single addition step, and simultaneous cell lysis and detection. Robust and amenable to HTS. Z factors of 0.6 to 0.8 are observed in 96-well and 384-well plates. Can be readily automated on HTS liquid handling systems. Method: Luminescence. Samples: Cells etc. Species: All. Procedure: Assay takes 2 min. Kit size: 1000 tests. Detection limit: 2 fg luciferase.

SuperLight™ Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit

200
EUR 169
Description: Bright bioluminescent reagent system for rapid quantitation of luciferase reporter gene expression in transfected cells and high-throughput drug screens. Key Features: High sensitivity and wide detection range. Detection of as little of 2 fg luciferase and as few as 4 cells. Plus, the emitted light is linear over seven orders of magnitude. Compatible with routine laboratory and HTS formats. Assays can be performed in tubes or microplates, on LJL Analyst, Berthold Luminometer, Top-Count, MicroBeta counters, chemiluminescent image plate readers (CLIPR/LeadSeeker). Assay reagents compatible with all liquid handling systems. Fast and convenient. Homogeneous "mix-and-measure" assay allows detection of luciferase levels within 10 minutes. The optimally combined reagent system allows a single addition step, and simultaneous cell lysis and detection. Robust and amenable to HTS. Z factors of 0.6 to 0.8 are observed in 96-well and 384-well plates. Can be readily automated on HTS liquid handling systems. Method: Luminescence. Samples: Cells etc. Species: All. Procedure: Assay takes 2 min. Kit size: 1000 tests. Detection limit: 2 fg luciferase.

SuperLight™ Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit

500
EUR 299
Description: Bright bioluminescent reagent system for rapid quantitation of luciferase reporter gene expression in transfected cells and high-throughput drug screens. Key Features: High sensitivity and wide detection range. Detection of as little of 2 fg luciferase and as few as 4 cells. Plus, the emitted light is linear over seven orders of magnitude. Compatible with routine laboratory and HTS formats. Assays can be performed in tubes or microplates, on LJL Analyst, Berthold Luminometer, Top-Count, MicroBeta counters, chemiluminescent image plate readers (CLIPR/LeadSeeker). Assay reagents compatible with all liquid handling systems. Fast and convenient. Homogeneous "mix-and-measure" assay allows detection of luciferase levels within 10 minutes. The optimally combined reagent system allows a single addition step, and simultaneous cell lysis and detection. Robust and amenable to HTS. Z factors of 0.6 to 0.8 are observed in 96-well and 384-well plates. Can be readily automated on HTS liquid handling systems. Method: Luminescence. Samples: Cells etc. Species: All. Procedure: Assay takes 2 min. Kit size: 1000 tests. Detection limit: 2 fg luciferase.

SuperLight™ Dual Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit

100
EUR 189
Description: Bioluminescent reagent system for rapid quantitation of firelfy and Ranilla luciferase reporter gene expression in transfected cells. Key Features: High sensitivity and wide detection range. Detection of as little of 2 fg luciferase. Compatible with routine laboratory and HTS formats. Assays can be performed in tubes or microplates, and measured with any luminometer. Can be readily automated on HTS liquid handling systems. Fast and convenient. Three step assay allows detection of dual luciferase levels within 20 minutes. Method: Luminescence. Samples: Cells etc. Species: All. Procedure: Assay takes 20 min. Kit size: 100 tests. Detection limit: 2 fg luciferase.

Amplite® Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit *Bright Glow*

10 plates
EUR 446

Amplite® Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit *Bright Glow*

1 plate
EUR 166
Description: Common reporter genes include beta-galactosidase, beta-glucuronidase and luciferase.

Amplite® Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit *Bright Glow*

10 plates
EUR 446
Description: Common reporter genes include beta-galactosidase, beta-glucuronidase and luciferase.

Reporter Assay information

Amplite® Renilla Luciferase Reporter Gene Assay Kit *Bright Glow*

12537-100plates 100 plates
EUR 4447
Description: Common reporter genes include beta-galactosidase, beta-glucuronidase and luciferase.

ARE Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

79869 500 µl x 2
EUR 875
Description: The Nrf2 antioxidant response pathway plays an important role in the cellular antioxidant defense. Nrf2, a basic leucine zipper transcription factor, induces the expression of antioxidant and phase II enzymes by binding to the ARE (antioxidant response element) region of the gene promoter. Under basal conditions, Nrf2 is retained in the cytosol by binding to the cytoskeletal protein Keap1. Upon exposure to oxidative stress or other ARE activators, Nrf2 is released from Keap1 and translocates to the nucleus, where it can bind to the ARE, leading to the expression of antioxidant and phase II enzymes that protect the cell from oxidative damage.
The ARE Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by ARE located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After transduction, activation of the Nrf2 antioxidant response pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

SRE Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

78627 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The SRE (Serum Response Element) Luciferase Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by the Serum Response Element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter . After transduction, activation of the MAPK/ERK signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

Myc Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

78628 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The Myc Luciferase Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to transduce almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by the Myc response element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter and an antibiotic selection gene (puromycin) for the selection of stable clones. After transduction, the Myc signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

UAS Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

78631 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The UAS (Upstream Activation Sequence) Luciferase Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to transduce almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by a multimerized GAL4 upstream activation sequence (UAS) located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter and an antibiotic selection gene (puromycin) for the selection of stable clones. After transduction, the UAS-controlled signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

p53 Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

78666 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The p53 Luciferase Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to transduce most types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by p53 response elements located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter (Figure 1) and an antibiotic selection gene (puromycin) for the selection of stable clones. After transduction, p53-regulated gene expression in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

HRE Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

78668 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The Hypoxia Response Element (HRE) Luciferase Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to transduce most types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by four copies of a hypoxia response elements (HRE) located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter (Figure 1) and an antibiotic selection gene (puromycin) for the selection of stable clones. After transduction, the induction of hypoxia in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

TEAD Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

79833 500 µl x 2
EUR 875
Description: The Hippo pathway regulates cell proliferation and cell death. It is activated by high cell density and cell stress to stop cell proliferation and induce apoptosis. The mammalian Hippo pathway comprises MST kinases and LATS kinases. When the Hippo pathway is activated, MST kinases phosphorylate LATS kinases, which phosphorylate transcriptional co-activators YAP and TAZ. Unphosphorylated YAP and TAZ remain in nucleus and interact with TEAD/TEF transcriptional factors to turn on cell cycle-promoting gene transcription. However, when phosphorylated, YAP and TAZ are recruited from the nucleus to the cytosol, so that the YAP and TAZ-dependent gene transcription is turned off. Dysfunction of the Hippo pathway is frequently detected in human cancer and its down-regulation correlates with the aggressive properties of cancer cells and poor prognosis.
The TEAD Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by the TEAD response elements located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After transduction, activation of the Hippo pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity._x000D_

STAT3 Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

79744 500 µl x 2
EUR 860
Description: The STAT3 Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene under the control of STAT3-responsive element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After transduction, activation of the STAT3 signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity._x000D_

STAT5 Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

79745 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The STAT5 Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene under the control of STAT5-responsive element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After transduction, activation of the STAT5 signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

NF-κB Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

79564 500 µl x 2
EUR 875
Description: The NF-κB Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by four copies of the NF-κB response element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After transduction, activation of the NF-κB signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

Bald VSV Delta G (Luciferase Reporter)

78636-1 100 µl
EUR 395
Description: The bald VSV Delta G (Luciferase Reporter) was produced without envelope glycoproteins. It contains the firefly luciferase gene as the reporter. The bald VSV Delta G (Luciferase Reporter) can serve as a negative control when studying virus entry initiated by specific interactions between virus particles and receptors.

Bald VSV Delta G (Luciferase Reporter)

78636-2 500 µl x 2
EUR 1995
Description: The bald VSV Delta G (Luciferase Reporter) was produced without envelope glycoproteins. It contains the firefly luciferase gene as the reporter. The bald VSV Delta G (Luciferase Reporter) can serve as a negative control when studying virus entry initiated by specific interactions between virus particles and receptors.

CRE/CREB Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus

79580 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The main role of the cAMP response element, or CRE, is mediating the effects of Protein Kinase A (PKA) by way of transcription. Upon phosphorylation, CREB forms a functionally active dimer that binds the CRE element within the promoters of target genes and activates transcription. CRE is at the focus of many extracellular and intracellular signaling pathways, including cAMP, calcium, GPCR (G-protein coupled receptors) and neurotrophins. The cAMP/PKA signaling pathway is critical to numerous life processes in living organisms.The CRE/CREB Luciferase Reporter Lentivirus are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to be transduced into almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase gene driven by multimerized cAMP response element (CRE) located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After transduction, activation of the cAMP/PKA signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity.

NFAT Luciferase-RFP Reporter Lentivirus

78617-H 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The NFAT Luciferase-RFP Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to transduce almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase and RFP (Red Fluorescent Protein) cassette driven by the NFAT response element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter and a hygromycin or puromycin selection gene to generate stable clones. After transduction, activation of the NFAT signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity or RFP expression. RFP fluoresces red-orange when excited; it has an excitation wavelength of 553 nm, and an emission wavelength of 574 nm.

NFAT Luciferase-RFP Reporter Lentivirus

78617-P 500 µl x 2
EUR 835
Description: The NFAT Luciferase-RFP Reporter Lentiviruses are replication incompetent, HIV-based, VSV-G pseudotyped lentiviral particles that are ready to transduce almost all types of mammalian cells, including primary and non-dividing cells. The particles contain a firefly luciferase and RFP (Red Fluorescent Protein) cassette driven by the NFAT response element located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter and a hygromycin or puromycin selection gene to generate stable clones. After transduction, activation of the NFAT signaling pathway in the target cells can be monitored by measuring the luciferase activity or RFP expression. RFP fluoresces red-orange when excited; it has an excitation wavelength of 553 nm, and an emission wavelength of 574 nm.

STAT3 Luciferase Reporter THP-1 Cell Line

78498 2 vials
EUR 1900
Description: The STAT3 Luciferase Reporter THP-1 cell line is designed for monitoring the STAT3 signal transduction pathway. It contains a firefly luciferase gene driven by STAT3 response elements located upstream of the minimal TATA promoter. After activation by cytokines or growth factors, endogenous STAT3 binds to the DNA response elements, inducing transcription of the luciferase reporter gene.