Molecular Devices, Evident Technologies | GenomeWeb

Molecular Devices this week introduced the FLIPR Calcium 4 Assay Kit, its next-generation no-wash calcium flux assay.

Molecular Devices first introduced its no-wash, cell-based calcium assay kits for GPCR screening in 1999. The new kit includes a masking technology licensed exclusively from Bayer AG, Molecular Devices said.

The company's kits now include Calcium, Calcium 3, and Calcium 4, all of which are homogenous mix-and-read assays optimized for use with MDCC's FLIPR fluorometric imaging plate readers.

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