ROS Sensor & Assay Selection Table

news August 02 2022

Being able to accurately measure ROS levels is a useful way to detect the early stages of multiple pathologies, as well as the activity of metabolites or normal/atypical cellular function.

Due to the importance of the cell’s oxidative stress state in biological systems, multiple probes have been developed to study ROS both in vitro and in vivo. AAT Bioquest’s selection table provides a summary of the most common tools and targets.

Assay & probe selection depends mainly on the experimental goals. For detailed information and recommended protocols, contact us.

Featured Materials: OxiVision™ Hydrogen Peroxide Sensors

  • For multiple ROS types, our enzyme-based Amplite® Reagents and Assay Kits have extensive options.
  • The ROS Brite™ series are specific for superoxides and hydroxyl radicals.

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