|Related Categories||Apoptosis and Cell Cycle, Biochemicals and Reagents, Cancer Research, Cell Analysis, Cell Biology,|
|usage||sufficient for 100 tests|
|shelf life||2 yr|
|shipped in||dry ice|
|Gene Information||human ... COX1(4512)|
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The Cytochrome c Oxidase Assay Kit uses an optimized colorimetric assay based on observation of the decrease in absorbance of ferrocytochrome c measured at 550 nm, which is caused by its oxidation to ferricytochrome c by cytochrome c oxidase. This kit is suitable for the detection of mitochondrial outer membrane integrity and for the detection of mitochondria in subcellular fractions.
Cytochrome c oxidase [EC 188.8.131.52] is located on the inner mitochondrial membrane dividing the mitochondrial matrix from the intermembrane space, and has traditionally been used as a marker for this membrane. It is also located in the cytoplasmic membrane of bacteria. Cytochrome c oxidase provides energy for the cell by coupling electron transport through the cytochrome chain with the process of oxidative phosphorylation.
• Simple, optimized protocol - Obtain reproducible results without special training needs
• Useful for determining cytochrome c activity from any mitchondrial source - The enzyme is present in all mitochondria regardless of species
• Useful for detecting the presence of mitochondria in subcellular fraction - Save time and increase confidence in the quality of organelle preparations
• May be used in conjunction with the MITOISO1 Mitochondrial Isolation Kit - Standardized mitochondrial preparation and analysis ensures reproducibility
• Use to analyze the intactness of mitochondrial membranes
• Simple colorimetric measurement of solution
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|Assay Buffer 5× 25 mL|
|Enzyme Dilution Buffer 2× 20 mL|
|Cytochrome c from equine heart, ≥95% (SDS-PAGE) 50 mg|
|Cytochrome c Oxidase positive control 1 vial|
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The isolation of subcellular fractions by centrifugation is a commonly used technique and is widely applicable across multiple cell and tissue types. Because organelles differ in their size, shape, a...
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|MITOISO2||Mitochondria Isolation Kit, sufficient for 50 applications (2-5 x 107 cells), isolation of enriched mitochondrial fraction from cells|
|MITOISO3||Yeast Mitochondria Isolation Kit, sufficient for 40 applications (using 20 OD culture preparations), isolation of an enriched mitochondrial fraction from yeast cells|
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