L-Lactate Assay Kit (Colorimetric) (ab65331)
- Product nameL-Lactate Assay Kit (Colorimetric)See all Lactate kits ...
- Tests100 x 1 assay
- Sample typeCell culture supernatant, Urine, Serum, Plasma, Other biological fluids
- Assay typeQuantitative
- Sensitivity0.02 mM
- Range0.02 mM - 10 mM
- Assay time0h 40m
- Product overview
In Abcam's L-Lactate Assay Kit (Colorimetric), lactate is oxidized by lactate dehydrogenase to generate a product which interacts with a probe to produce a color (?max = 450 nm). The kit detects L(+)-Lactate in biological samples such as serum or plasma, cells, culture and fermentation media. There is no need for pretreatment or purification of samples.
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L(+)-Lactate is the major stereo-isomer of lactate formed in human intermediary metabolism and is present in blood. D(-)-Lactate is also present but only at about 1-5% of the concentration of L(+)-Lactate.
- Tested applicationsFunctional Studies more details
- Storage instructionsStore at -20°C. Please refer to protocols.
Components Identifier 100 tests L(+)-Lactate Standard (100 nmol/µl) Yellow 1 x 100µl Lactate Assay Buffer WM 1 x 25ml Lactate Enzyme Mix (lyophilized) Green 1 vial Lactate Substrate Mix Red 1 vial
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The application notes include recommended starting dilutions; optimal dilutions/concentrations should be determined by the end user.
L-Lactate Assay Kit (Colorimetric) images
Lactate Standard Curve. The assay is performed following the kit (ab65331) protocol.
References for L-Lactate Assay Kit (Colorimetric) (ab65331)
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