CYP3A5 Green Screening Kit

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  • Published date: June 6, 2017
  • Modified date: July 23, 2018
    • United States

CYP450 Screening Kits are high-throughput fluorescence-based assays for detection of enzyme-drug interactions and CYP450 inhibition. They provide an optimized method for studying isozyme-specific CYP450-drug interactions, metabolism, and inhibition. CYP450 Screening Kits offer:

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