Skip to content Skip to navigation menu

iQue® Human General Immune Cell Killing Kit

The Human General Immune Cell Mediated Killing Kit was designed for ease of use in multiplexing cellular phenotypic and functional markers and bead-based, secreted cytokine measurements in the same assay. This no wash assay requires minimal hands on time and measures both cells and beads to provide the following biological insights:

  • Live immune cells are distinguished from dead cells by staining with fluorescent membrane integrity dye and mitochondrial membrane potential dye.

  • Target cells are distinguished from effector cells by staining with a fluorescent encoder dye.

  • Simultaneous analysis of multiple mechanisms of immune cell mediated cell killing in a single, high content assay including mitochondrial membrane depolarization, loss of cell membrane integrity, cell count, and pro-apoptotic protease Granzyme B.

Item no.:  97076

Price:  $800.00

Availability:  For more information please log in

   

Key Benefits

Speed: Expedient sample to actionable data allows multiple assays to be run in one experiment thereby reducing the hands on time, required numbers of overall tests and conserving precious sample.

Results: Five endpoints from a single well assay measure target and effector cells, mitochondrial membrane depolarization, cell membrane integrity, cell count, and secreted pro-apoptotic protease Granzyme B.

Biological insights: Investigation of multiple mechanisms of immune cell mediated cell killing in one well.

Ease of use: Single platform assay and data analysis with ForeCyt® eliminates the time required for acquiring and correlating data from multiple sources.

Biological Information

  • Target
    Human

General Specifications

  • Laser Configuration
    • Blue-Red
    • Violet-Blue-Red
  • Reagents and Kits Type
    General Immune Cell Mediated Killing

eShop Dynamic Attributes

  • Application
    Immune Cell Function and Characterization
  • Pack Size
    1 x 96
  • Research Area
    • Immuno-Oncology
    • Antibody Discovery
    • Drug Discovery