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PerkinElmer this week announced the release of 11 new AlphaScreen SureFire assay kits for the rapid detection of full-length kinase activation in cell lysates. The new kits were launched at the 48th annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology, held this week in San Francisco, Calif. 
 
The addition of the 11 new assay kits brings the total number of AlphaScreen SureFire kits to 39. Among the new kits are two that measure direct phosphorylation of cellular receptors: Insulin and IGF-1 receptors.

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