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CellTiter-Glo® Luminescent Cell Viability Assay
Determine viable cell number through
bioluminescent quantitation of the viablity
biomarker, ATP.
• Sensitive: Detect as few as 10 cells in 384well format; 50 cells in 96-well format.
• Simple: Homogeneous add-mix-measure
assay. No cell washing or removal of
culture media.
• Fast: Data can be recorded 10 minutes
after reagent addition.
• Robust: Stable luminescent signal with
half-life generally >5 hours.
CytoTox-Glo™ Cytotoxicity Assay
Determine cytotoxicity through loss of membrane
integrity with the cytotoxicity biomarker,
“dead cell” protease.
• Sensitive: Detect as little as a 2-5%
decrease in viable cell number in a
population of 10,000 cells.
• Simple: Homogeneous add-mix-measure
assay. No cell washing or removal of
culture media.
• Fast: Data can be recorded 15 minutes
after reagent addition.
• Flexible: Determine total cells per well with
optional total cell lysis protocol. Cell lysis
reagents included.
Investigate
mediators of
cancer cell
viability/cytotoxicity
with sensitive
bioluminescent
tools.
Harness the Power of Glo for Cancer Research
Ordering Information
Product
Size
CellTiter-Glo® Luminescent Cell Viability Assay
CytoTox-Glo™ Cytotoxicity Assay
New
in
2008
Fisher Cat. #
10ml
PRG7570
10 x 10ml
PRG7571
100ml
PRG7572
10 x 100ml
PRG7573
10ml
PRG9290
5 x 10ml
PRG9291
2 x 50ml
PRG9292
CellTiter-Glo® Luminescent Cell Viability Assay contains CellTiter-Glo Substrate and CellTiter-Glo Buffer. Mixing of the CellTiter-Glo Substrate with the CellTiter-Glo Buffer
creates the CellTiter-Glo Reagent. Each milliliter of CellTiter-GloReagent give 10 x 100µl assays in a 96-well plate or 40 x 25µl assays in a 384-well plate.
CytoTox-Glo™ Cytotoxicity Assay contains AAF-Glo™ Substrate, Luciferin Detection Reagent, Luminescent Assay Buffer and Digitonin. Mixing of the AAF-Glo Substrate with
Luciferin Detection Reagent creates the CytoTox-Glo Reagent. Each milliliter of CytoTox-Glo Reagent give 20 x 50µl assays in a 96-well plate or 80 x 12.5µl assays in a 384well plate. Sufficient buffer and digitonin supplied to treat every well for total cell luminescence following dead cell luminescence determination.
CytoTox-Glo and AAF-Glo are trademarks and CellTiter-Glo is a registered trademarks of Promega Corporation. Product may be covered by issued or pending patents. Please
visit www.promega.com for more information.
Recent citations for the CellTiter-Glo Assay in cancer research
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via a signaling switch to inhibit differentiation and promote
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invasion despite increased pericellular proteolytic activities. Mol.
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Holm, R., et al. (2008) Expression of ZNF652, a novel zinc finger
protein, in vulvar carcinomas and its relation to prognosis. J. Clin.
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Lin, W.M., et al. (2008) Modeling genomic diversity and tumor
dependency in malignant melanoma. Cancer Res. 68, 664-73.
Liu, Y.-Y., et al. (2008) A role for ceramide in driving cancer cell
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Pühler, F. et al. (2008) Generation of a recombinant oncolytic
Newcastle disease virus and expression of a full IgG antibody from
two transgenes. Gene Therapy 15, 371-83.
Tsai, J., et al. (2008) Discovery of a selective inhibitor of oncogenic
B-Raf kinase with potent antimelanoma activity. PNAS 105, 3041-6.
Yaba, A., et al. (2008) A putative mitotoic checkpoint dependent on
mTOR function controls cell proliferation and survival in ovarian
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