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ADME-toxicology (ADME-Tox) studies are used in pharmacology and pharmacokinetics to assess the activity/toxicity of drugs in vivo or in vitro. Find bioassays for absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drug molecules including cytotoxicity, transporter/permeability, metabolism and activity assays as well as hepatocytes and cell lines for ADME. Find the best ADME-toxicology products in our peer-reviewed product directory: compare products, check customer reviews and receive pricing direct from manufacturers.
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ApopTag® Fluorescein In Situ Apoptosis Detection Kit

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Caspase 3/7 Reagent Kit (100 tests)

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Caco-2 Cells

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Mitochondrial Depolarization Reagent Kit (100 tests)

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ToxReporter ARE Cell Line

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ToxReporter XRE Cell Line

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ToxReporter HRE Cell Line

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ToxReporter Hmox1 Cell Line

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ToxReporter™ Hmox1 Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ AP-1 Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ NFκB Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ GRE Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ p21 Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ HSP70 Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ ARE Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ XRE Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter™ HRE Cell Line Starter Pack

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ToxReporter HSP70 Cell Line

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ToxReporter NFĸB Cell Line

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ToxReporter™ AP-1 Cell Line

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ToxReporter p21 Cell Line

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ToxReporter GRE Cell Line

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HCA Assays Kits for Cell Damage

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ApopTag® ISOL Dual Fluorescence Apoptosis Detection Kit (DNase Types I & II)

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