CDP-Star® Reagent

  • Catalog # N7001 was discontinued on November 19, 2013
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    CDP-Star Reagent is a 1,2-dioxetane compound utilized in Phototope® alkaline phosphatase-based chemiluminescent detection assays. CDP-Star Reagent produces a light signal when it is activated by alkaline phosphatase, accumulates in its dephosphorylated form and decomposes at a constant rate for up to several days. When assayed on nylon membrane at 1:100 in the buffer provided, CDP-Star signals reach a maximum within 15 minutes and decay slowly over 3 days. Typical film exposure times range from 15 seconds to 15 minutes.
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