App Note: Highly sensitive bioluminescence quantitation of ATP
In this application note, you will learn how to get highly sensitive detection of ATP down to 20 attomoles/well with a dynamic range of 5 decades…
Adenosine 5´-triphosphate (ATP) is present in all living cells. Because the level is strictly controlled, the assay of ATP can be used as an indicator of viable cell number. The bioluminescent assay of ATP has become very popular because of its high sensitivity and convenience.
In this application note, you will learn how to get highly sensitive detection of ATP down to 20 attomole/well, and a dynamic range of 5 decades, using the SpectraMax i3x Multi-Mode Microplate Reader with SpectraMax Injector Cartridge and SmartInject Technology from Molecular Devices.
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