CycLex® IKKα and β Kinase Assay/Inhibitor Screening Kit (Discontinued)

CycLex IKKα/β Kinase Assay/Inhibitor Screening Kit.



We are sorry for the inconvenience; this product code has been discontinued.

The CycLex Research Products IKK α/β assay/Inhibitor Screening Kit is designed to measure the activities of purified IKKα and IKKβ for the rapid and sensitive evaluation of inhibitors or activators. It can be used for 96 Assays.

Target: IKKα and β Kinase
Product Type: Kinase Assay Kit
Size: 96 Assays
Research Area / Disease: Cancer


  • Microplate
  • 10X Wash Buffer
  • Kinase Buffer
  • 20X ATP
  • Anti-Phospho-IkappaBbeta S32 Monoclonal Antibody (AS-2E8)
  • HRP conjugated Anti-mouse IgG
  • Substrate Reagent
  • Stop Solution


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