cAMP Hunter™ CHO-K1 NPY2R Bioassay Kit

The cAMP Hunter CHO-K1 NPY2R Bioassay Kit provides an easy-to-use cell based assay to measure drug potency and detect neutralizing antibodies. This bioassay asseses ligand (e.g. Exendin-4) based on activation of NPY2R GPCR activity via detection of cAMP. The included cell line overexpresses ProLink-tagged NPY2R and EA-tagged . Activation of NPY2R stimulates the recruitment of and produces EFC signal. Bioassay kits are a convenient, ready-to-use format which contains all materials needed to run the assay, including single-use vials of cryopreserved cells, cell plating media, control agonist, detection reagent, and assay plates.

Catalog No. Size Price Quantity
95-0077Y2-00056 1000 dp (10 x 96-well) $8,975.00
95-0077Y2-00055 200 dp (2 x 96-well) $2,780.00

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Neuropeptide Y receptor Y2
Neuropeptide Y
Cell Background
Receptor Species
Accession Number
Peptide YY, Human
Assay Measures
Bioassay Target Name
Assay Qualified With
Peptide YY
See User Manual for Product Configuration Details. The purpose of the control ligand included in the Bioassay Kit is for verification of assay performance relative to the data shown in the Certificate of Analysis for that kit. This control ligand is not intended for use as a reference standard for validation studies and lot release applications. Typically, a reference medicinal product (RMP) that has been pre-defined by the customer as an internal reference standard is used for those applications. The RMP is not provided with the bioassay kit or supplied by Eurofins DiscoverX.
Short term (<24 h): Store at -80°C; Long term (>24 h): Store in vapor phase of liquid nitrogen.
Gi/Go & Gq
  • [User Manual] cAMP Hunter™ NPY2R Bioassay Kit

    The cAMP Hunter NPY2R Bioassay kits provide a robust, highly sensitive and easy-to-use assay for monitoring peptide YY activation based on 3'-5'-cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) production in cells..