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Apoptosis

Apoptosis is a complex and active death, involving the activation, expression and regulation of a series of genes.

When apoptosis occurs, a series of apoptotic processes are programmed, such as phosphatidylserines valgus outside of the cell membrane, mitochondrial membrane ΔΨm changes, caspase activation, DNA fragmentation and so on.

Different methods of apoptosis research

Different methods of apoptosis research

Apoptotic event line

Apoptotic event line

Abnormal apoptotic mechanism can cause cells to lose control, which is closely related to the occurrence and development of many diseases such as tumors. Accurate detection of apoptotic cells is essential in the apoptosis study.

Elabscience® Cell Apoptosis Assay Products

Elabscience® has successfully developed multiple apoptosis detection products based on the most commonly used principles.

  • Phosphatidylserine Extemalization

    1. Phosphatidylserine Extemalization

    It occurs at early apoptosis and runs through the whole cell apoptosis. Annexin V can bind to valgus phosphatidylserine under the action of Ca2+. Annexin V with DNA dyes such as PI and 7-AAD can distinguish living cells, early apoptotic cells, late apoptotic cells and dead cells.
    View Elabscience® Annexin V Detection Kits

  • Decrease of Mitochondrial Transmembrane Potential

    2. Decrease of Mitochondrial Transmembrane Potential

    The decrease of mitochondrial membrane potential is considered to be the earliest event in process of cell apoptosis. JC-1 dye exhibits different fluorescence emission due to different mitochondrial membrane potential. Cell apoptosis can be detected by detecting the change of cell membrane potential by JC-1 emission light.
    View Elabscience® Mitochondrial Transmembrane Potential Detection Kit(JC-1)

  • TUNEL Assay

    3. TUNEL Assay

    When cells undergo apoptosis, a large number of viscous 3'-OH are produced by breakage of chromosomal DNA. Under the action of deoxyribonucleotide terminal transferase (TdT), the deoxyribonucleotides and derivatives of fluorescein, peroxidase, alkaline phosphatase or biotin can be labeled to the 3'-terminal of DNA, so that apoptotic cells can be detected.
    View Elabscience® TUNEL Assay

  • Caspase Assay

    4. Caspase Assay

    Caspase family plays a very important role in the process of cell apoptosis. Caspase-3 is a key executive molecule, which plays a role in many pathways of apoptotic signal transduction. Caspase exists in the cytoplasm in the form of zymogen and in the early stage of apoptosis, the caspase is activated which eventually leads to apoptosis.
    View Elabscience® Caspase Assay

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