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Multiplex immunohistochemistry kit, 7/17

July 2017—Enzo Life Sciences unveiled its Multiview Plus (mouse-HRP/rabbit-AP) IHC Kit (brown/green). This nonbiotin nanopolymer detection system contains reagents and materials that detect and localize antigens in formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissues. The kit optimizes the IHC process by including the entire workflow, from antigen retrieval to visualization.

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Enzo launches two assays, 1/17

January 2017—Enzo Life Sciences introduced the PlaqPro Lp-PLA2 assay, a colorimetric readout assay that measures the activity of Lp-PLA2 in serum samples. The assay is designed to run on automated chemistry analyzers. Included in the kit are ready-to-use calibration standards and QC controls in order to measure a wide analytical range of 0.0–400.0 nmol/min/mL of Lp-PLA2 activity.

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Enzo offers nanopolymer ISH, IHC reagents

Aug. 18, 2016—Enzo Life Sciences has introduced a new line of in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry reagents and their complementary blocker/diluents. These products are offered as higher sensitivity and lower background improvements upon our existing product lines, Polyview Plus Detection Reagents for antibody-based detection, and Saview Plus Detection Reagents for streptavidin-based detection. Polyview Plus HRP (anti-rabbit) Reagent and Polyview Plus ...

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Cellular detection kit, 7/16

July 2016—The Cyto-ID Autophagy Detection Kit 2.0 from Enzo Life Sciences measures autophagic vacuoles and monitors autophagic flux in lysosomally inhibited live cells using a novel dye that selectively labels accumulated autophagic vacuoles.

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Labeling kit for CGH plus SNP arrays, 5/16

May 2016—Enzo Life Sciences now offers the Cytag TotalCGH Labeling Kit for CGH+SNP arrays. Array-based comparative genomic hybridization is a well-established method for investigating copy number variations and is used to detect a variety of genomic gains and losses from duplications and deletions, unbalanced translocations, and aneuploidies.

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