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Faq: Briefly describe the procedure for the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® assay.

Faq: Briefly describe the procedure for the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA.

Faq: Can some components of the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® assay from different lots be mixed or combined?

Faq: Can some components of the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA from different lots be mixed or combined?

Faq: Can the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA be used for all cell types?

Faq: Can the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA be used for K18-positive cells from other species than human?

Faq: Does hemolysis in a sample interfere with Peviva M30 Apoptosense® measurements?

Faq: Does the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® assay measure caspase activity?

Faq: How should samples for the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA be stored?

Faq: How should serum or plasma samples for the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® assay be stored?

Faq: How specific is the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA for apoptosis?

Faq: Is the Peviva M30 Apoptosis® assay sensitive and robust?

Faq: Is the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA sensitive and robust?

Faq: MCF-7 cells are known to be defective in caspase-3 activity. Can I still use the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA?

Faq: Some methods measure the late stages of apoptosis. What is known for the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA?

Faq: What is the advantage of using the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA relative to other methods to quantify apoptotic cell death?

Faq: What is the difference and advantage of the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA compared to assays that measure e.g. caspase-3 activity?

Faq: What is the intended use of the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® assay?

Faq: What is the intended use of the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA?

Faq: What is the mode of action for the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ ELISA?

Faq: What is the mode of action of the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® ELISA?

Faq: What is the species specificity of the Peviva M30 Apoptosense® assay?

Faq: What kind of samples can be analyzed by the Peviva M30 CytoDeath™ELISA?