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Nitric Oxide (NO) Detection

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    2,3-Diaminonaphthalene

    From: $47 Sizes: 100 mgCatalog #: 00301

    2,3-Diaminonaphthalene reacts with nitrosonium, which is formed from NO, to form the fluorescent dye 1 H-naphthotriazole. This method can be used to detect 10 nM to 10 uM of nitrite (NO2-) and is compatible with 96-well format.

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    2,3-Diaminonaphthalene reacts with nitrosonium, which is formed from NO, to form the fluorescent dye 1 H-naphthotriazole. This method can be used to detect 10 nM to 10 uM of nitrite (NO2-) and is compatible with 96-well format.

     

    DAA

    From: $95 Sizes: 10 mgCatalog #: 00300

    DAA

    DAA (1,2-Diaminoanthraquinone) reacts with nitric oxide (NO) to form a red (λ Em 580 nm) fluorescent precipitate. DAA has been used to detect NO concentration in rat retinas after injury to the optic nerve.

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    DAA (1,2-Diaminoanthraquinone) reacts with nitric oxide (NO) to form a red (λ Em 580 nm) fluorescent precipitate. DAA has been used to detect NO concentration in rat retinas after injury to the optic nerve.

     

    Griess Reagent Kit

    From: $89 Sizes: 1 kitCatalog #: 30100

    Griess reagent is used to detect nitrite photometrically. The kit includes ready-to-use Griess reagent, nitrite standard solution, and a detailed protocol.

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    Griess reagent is used to detect nitrite photometrically. The kit includes ready-to-use Griess reagent, nitrite standard solution, and a detailed protocol.