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  • Apoptosis

BIO-RAD Annexin V Kits

Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is an essential process by which multi-cellular organisms ensure that critically damaged or mutated cells are removed. The process is regulated by a complex interplay of proteins and, until reaching “the point of no return”, can be halted or reversed at any point.

BIO-RAD MitoPT™ JC-1, TMRE and TMRM Apoptosis Kits

MitoPT™ JC-1, TMRE & TMRM Kits​ Overview

  • Choice – MitoPT™ JC-1, TMRE & TMRM Kits
  • Quick & easy staining method clearly differentiates non-apoptotic & apoptotic cells
  • MitoPT™ TMRE & TMRM Kits - ideal for single cell multi-parametric analyses
  • Suitable for flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy or a plate reader

BIO-RAD Webinar: Apoptosis - Life or Death?

Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, is an essential process that ensures an organism’s health by eliminating damaged or aberrant cells. 

Miltenyi Biotec Apoptosis & Cell Viability

Apoptosis and cell viability

Detection of apoptosis and cell viability by flow cytometry

BIO-RAD FLICA™ Kits

Apoptosis, a form of programed cell death, is directed by activated caspases. Caspases are cysteine proteases that can cleave other proteins, and upon activation, create a positive-feedback cascade, which ensures the cell will undergo apoptosis.

BIO-RAD Analyze Active Caspases

Apoptosis, a form of programed cell death, is directed by activated caspases. Caspases are cysteine proteases that can cleave other proteins, and upon activation, create a positive-feedback cascade, which ensures the cell will undergo apoptosis.

BIO-RAD Cathepsin Kits

Cathepsin Kits Overview 

  • Quick and easy methods
  • Analyze whole live suspension and adherent cells
  • Assay based on fluorescent substrates
  • Suitable for flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy, or a plate reader

BioLegend Cell Health & Proliferation

While some assays utilize antibodies to study cell health, proliferation, cell cycle or apoptosis, other types of experiments can rely on non-antibody based methods of assessment, often called non-antibody chemical probes. These are reagents that localize to an organelle or indicate health based on chemical characteristics like hydrophobicity, charge, size and enzymatic activation.

BIO-RAD Webinar: Apoptosis in Flow Cytometry

Apoptosis is a highly regulated process of programmed cell death which, unlike necrosis, does not promote inflammatory responses and is beneficial to an organism. 

BIO-RAD FLISP Serine Protease Detection Kits

Detecting Apoptosis

Apoptosis, a programmed cell death mechanism, is an essential process in embryogenesis and development. The process is also critical for ensuring an organism’s health by removing aberrant or damaged cells.

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