Are you studying autophagy or just getting started and want a simple, add-mix-measure assay? Are you struggling to distinguish autophagy stimulation from late-phase pathway inhibition? Are you screening a large number of compounds and need a quantitative, scalable assay?
While imaging and western blotting are useful approaches for studying autophagy, they can be challenging to interpret and have limited quantitative power. The new Autophagy LC3 HiBiT Reporter Assay enables you to unambiguously discern autophagy inducers from inhibitors with a quantitative, plate-reader based readout. Implementing NanoBiT® and HaloTag®-based technology, our autophagy reporter also allows for imaging and HiBiT blotting modalities to confirm mechanism of action as autophagy modulation, and to discern early- versus late-phase pathway inhibition.
Join this live webinar to learn how the Autophagy LC3 HiBiT Reporter Assay can simplify your autophagy research. You’ll also hear about how Dr. Gary Allenby, CSO and founder of Aurelia Biosciences, benchmarked this autophagy assay against other assays for performance in high-throughput screening formats.
Dan Lazar, PhD
Senior Research Scientist
Gary Allenby, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer
Aurelia Bioscience, UK
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