Research products - Cavidi

Research products

High sensitive reverse transcriptase (RT) based products for breakthrough virus research.

RT Activity kits

Optimized for RT from different retroviruses and together cover all known types and subtypes.

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Assay Development and Optimization

Optimizing and developing your assay for your target enzyme.

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Viral titer measurement

A fast, easy and accurate determination of infectious viral titer.

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RT Activity kits

Cavidi offers five different kits for analysis of Reverse Transcriptase (RT) activity. In addition, there is the capability to custom develop kits tailored to specific needs.

The five RT Activity kits are based on a highly sensitive, non-radioactive ELISA-technique on a 96-well microtitre plate format. The kits can be used for either detection or quantification of RT activity. Another application is screening for potential RT inhibitors. The five assays are optimized for RTs from different retroviruses and together cover all known types and subtypes. 

Lenti RT Activity kit

For analyzing the activity of the enzyme RT from lentivirus.

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C-type RT Activity kit​

Analyzing the activity of the enzyme RT from C-type retrovirus.

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HS-Lenti RT Activity kit​

High sensitivity analysis of the enzyme RT from lentivirus.

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HS-Mn RT Activity kit​

For high sensitive analysis of Mn2+- dependent retrovirus RT activity.

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HS-Mg RT Activity kit​

For high sensitive analysis of Mg2+- dependent retrovirus RT activity.

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Assay development & optimization

In addition to our standard RT Activity Kits, Cavidi also offers full service within assay development. Our services range from optimizing your existing assay to developing an assay for your target enzyme. Contact us to learn how we can help with your assay or drug target enzyme.

Viral titer measurement

Help improve the reproducibility of your experiments. Cavidi offers a range of validated Reverse Transcriptase assay kits for fast, easy and accurate measurement of infectious viral titers.