High-content screening (HCS), also known as high-content analysis (HCA), is a largely used methodology in drug discovery to identify compounds interacting with specific targets in whole cells. This assay is especially suited for high throughput screening with multi-well plates.
In a classical competition binding assay, cells are incubated with a fixed concentration of the fluorescent ligand followed by the addition of growing concentrations of the compound of interest (competitor). Fluorescence intensity is measured at each concentration to obtain a sigmoidal curve, suitable for affinity determination.
10ug vial that allows to prepare 73ml of 100nM working solution to test CB1R/CB2R.432,00€
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Our CELT-335 product is a potent and selective hCB1/CB2 fluorescent ligand that shows a high affinity for CB1/CB2 receptors. It has a Ki value of 44.8 nM and 7.4 nM, respectively, in radioligand binding assay. CELT-335 has been validated in high-content screening assays and is also suitable for HTRF binding assays, providing a valid alternative to radioligand binding assays. It is available in a 10ug vial that allows for the preparation of 150ml of 100nM working solution to test CB1R/CB2R. CELT-335 is designed to allow for cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy and is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.
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Our CELT-331 product is a potent and selective hCB2 fluorescent ligand that shows a high affinity for hCB2 receptors and selectivity over hCB1. It has a Ki value of 75.9 nM for hCB2 receptors in radioligand binding assay. CELT-331 is suitable for HTRF binding assays as a valid alternative to radioligand binding assays. It is available in a 10ug vial that allows for the preparation of 150ml of 100nM working solution to test CB2R. CELT-331 is designed to allow for cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal, and high-content system experiments and is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.
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