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MitoCheck® Complex I Activity Assay Kit

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    MitoCheck<sup>®</sup> Complex I Activity Assay Kit
  • MitoCheck<sup>®</sup> Complex I Activity Assay Kit
Cat No: 700930
Assays - Enzymatic Kits
Cayman
€474.00
Price is excluding VAT and does not include packaging neither shipping

Complex I (NADH oxidase/Co-enzyme Q reductase) is one of the major sites of electron entry into the mitochondrial electron transport chain (ETC). Complex I catalyzes the 2 electron oxidation of NADH followed by the reduction of ubiquinone (Q) to form u...

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: 96 wells

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Territorial Availability: Available through Bertin Technologies only in Europe
Technical Warning: Check the Additional Items Required section of this kit booklet to verify if UltraPure Water (Milli-Q or equivalent) is needed for this assay
Product Overview:
Complex I (NADH oxidase/Co-enzyme Q reductase) is one of the major sites of electron entry into the mitochondrial electron transport chain (ETC). Complex I catalyzes the 2 electron oxidation of NADH followed by the reduction of ubiquinone (Q) to form ubiquinol (QH2), and ultimately the reduction of the terminal electron acceptor, O2. During the passage of electrons from NADH to Q, the translocation of four protons (H+) from the mitochondrial matrix to the intermembrane space occurs, contributing to the chemiosmotic proton gradient, which is required for oxidative phosphorylation. Cayman's MitoCheck® Complex I Activity Assay allows for the activity of complex I to be determined without the need to isolate mitochondria or pre-incubate with antibodies. The rate of NADH oxidation is measured by a decrease in absorbance at 340 nm and is proportional to the activity of complex I.
Complex I (NADH oxidase/Co-enzyme Q reductase) is one of the major sites of electron entry into the mitochondrial electron transport chain (ETC). Complex I catalyzes the 2 electron oxidation of NADH followed by the reduction of ubiquinone (Q) to form ubiquinol (QH2), and ultimately the reduction of the terminal electron acceptor, O2. During the passage of electrons from NADH to Q, the translocation of four protons (H+) from the mitochondrial matrix to the intermembrane space occurs, contributing to the chemiosmotic proton gradient, which is required for oxidative phosphorylation. Cayman's MitoCheck® Complex I Activity Assay allows for the activity of complex I to be determined without the need to isolate mitochondria or pre-incubate with antibodies. The rate of NADH oxidation is measured by a decrease in absorbance at 340 nm and is proportional to the activity of complex I. For the use of this kit with other types of tissue mitochondria, please see Cayman's MitoCheck® Mitochondrial (Tissue) Isolation Kit (Item No. 701010).
Size: 96 wells
Shipping: dry ice
Stability: Store at -80 degrees; shelf life 365 days maximum after production
Custom Code: 3822000002
UNSPSC code: 41116104
UN Number: UN1170

Papa, S., and De Rasmo, D. Complex I deficiencies in neurological disorders. Trends Mol Med 19(1) 61-69 (2013).

Janetzky, B., Hauck, S., Youdim, M.B.H., et al. Unaltered aconitase activity, but decreased complex I activity in substantia nigra pars compact

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