XF Glycolysis Stress Test Kit
Now it's easy to measure glycolytic function in cells
Part # 102194-100XF96 Software Download
The XF Glycolysis Stress Test makes it easy to assess the glycolytic function in cells. This comprehensive, easy-to-use kit measures the three key parameters of glycolytic flux: Glycolysis, Glycolytic Capacity, and Glycolytic Reserve, revealing critical information not evident in endpoint or snapshot measurements.
- Direct, real-time, kinetic measurements in a microplate
- Functional assessment of the dynamic range and response of glycolysis
- The only method to provide a direct measurement of glycolytic reserve
By combining quality controlled reagents with real-time, label-free measurements provided by the XF Analyzer, the XF Glycolysis Stress Test Kit reveals a complete glycolytic profile of the cell, while dedicated software algorithms automatically calculate the key metrics, simplifying data analysis and interpretation.
The Gold Standard for measuring glycolytic function in cells
Each XF Glycolysis Stress Test Kit contains enough reagents to run six XF24 or XF96 microplates, allowing you to run a full glycolytic profile in each well.
Note: The latest version of the XF96 Software is required to run the XF Glycolysis Stress Test. If using an XF96 Analyzer, use the "Software Download" button below to ensure you have the latest version.
- Quality controlled reagents:
- Glucose (Glycolysis Substrate)
- Oligomycin (ATP Synthase Inhibitor)
- 2 Deoxy-D-glucose (Glycolysis Inhibitor)
- DMSO (Solvent)
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- Instruments Overview
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- XF Glycolysis Stress Test Kit Flyer (US)
- XF Glycolysis Stress Test Kit Insert
- References with Data Correlating ECAR to Lactate Production and Glucose Uptake