Glycolysis Assay Kit (BA0086)

Product Type:
Microplate Reader
Sample Type:
Cell Media
Research Area:
Diabetes & Obesity
High-Throughput Screening
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Glycolysis Assay Kit - Information

Assay Genie's Glycolysis assay kit is based on measuring the production of L-Lactate from glycolysis in cells. L-Lactate that is secreted into the cell media when glycolysis occurs and is quantified using a coupled reaction involving the lactate dehydrogenase catalyzed oxidation of L-lactate that generates pyruvate and NADH which reduces a formazan dye. The intensity of the reduced dye, measured at 565 nm, is directly proportional to the L-lactate concentration in the sample, which in turn is directly proportional to rate of glycolysis in the cells.


Direct determination of L-Lactate produced by glycolysis in cell samples. Screening of glycolysis inhibitors.

Glycolysis Assay Kit - Key Features

  • Fast and sensitive. Use of 5 uL sample. Linear detection range up to 10 mM L-lactate in 96-well plate assay.
  • Convenient. The procedure involves adding a single working reagent, and reading the absorbance after 30 minutes. Room temperature assay. No 37°C heater is needed.
  • High-throughput. "Add-mix-read" type assay. Can be readily automated as a high-throughput 96-well plate assay for thousands of samples per day.

Glycolysis Assay Kit - Data Sheet

Kit IncludesReagent: 12 mL Standard: 250 uL
Kit RequiresPipetting devices, centrifuge tubes, clear flat-bottom 96-well plates, and plate reader
Method of DetectionOD565nm
Detection LimitNA
SamplesCell media
Protocol Length30 min
Size100 tests
StorageStore all components at -20°C upon receiving
Shelf Life6 months

More Details

GLYCOLYSIS is one of the major metabolic pathways cells undergo to produce energy and results in the production of pyruvate. One of the eventual fates of pyruvate from this process is lactate dehydrogenase converting it to L-lactate via lactic acid fermentation allowing L-lactate to serve as an indicator of glycolysis.