Protease detection assay

Stephen Flower (Inventor), Helen Braven (Inventor), Russell Keay (Inventor)

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Abstract

The invention provides methods and compounds for detecting protease activity in a sample solution comprising contacting the sample solution with a protease substrate labeled with an electrochemically active marker, providing conditions under which any protease which may be present in the sample may degrade the protease substrate and electrochemically determining information relating to the electrochemically active marker.
Original languageEnglish
Patent number20100320093
IPCC07F15/00
Publication statusPublished - 23 Dec 2010

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Keywords

  • Electrochemical
  • assay
  • molecular biology
  • protease detection

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Flower, S., Braven, H., & Keay, R. (2010). IPC No. C07F15/00. Protease detection assay. (Patent No. 20100320093).

Protease detection assay. / Flower, Stephen (Inventor); Braven, Helen (Inventor); Keay, Russell (Inventor).

IPC No.: C07F15/00. Patent No.: 20100320093.

Research output: Patent

Flower, S, Braven, H & Keay, R 2010, Protease detection assay, Patent No. 20100320093, IPC No. C07F15/00.
Flower S, Braven H, Keay R, inventors. Protease detection assay. C07F15/00. 2010 Dec 23.
Flower, Stephen (Inventor) ; Braven, Helen (Inventor) ; Keay, Russell (Inventor). / Protease detection assay. IPC No.: C07F15/00. Patent No.: 20100320093.
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