Fluoro H202




Key Benefits

  • Quick 10 minute assay.
  • Can monitor multiple time points to follow kinetics.
  • Dual mode, can detect H202 or peroxidase activity.
  • One-step, no wash assay.
  • Adaptable for High Throughput format.
  • Non-destructive cell based assay allows monitoring of additional parameters.
  • Applications – Fluorescent Plate Reader.

Additional information

Kit Size



The Fluoro H2O2 detection kit utilizes a non-fluorescent detection reagent, to detect H2O2. H2O2 oxidizes the detection reagent in a 1:1 stoichiometry to produce a fluorescent product resorufin. This oxidation is catalyzed by Peroxidase in a homogeneous no wash assay system.

The detection reagent can be utilized to detect H2O2 release from cells or enzyme coupled reactions (1-7)


Figure 1. Hydrogen Peroxide titrated in 1X reaction Buffer and measured using the Fluoro H2O2 Kit.

Readable Documents

Title Name
Protocol Fluoro H2O2 Protocol.pdf
Datasheet Fluoro H2O2 Datasheet.pdf
msds msds Fluoro H2O2.pdf

Kit contents and storage

Part# Reagent Temperature
Part # 3011 5X Reaction Buffer: 20 ml buffer, pH 7.4 2-8°C
Part # 4007 Detection reagent: One vial for 500 assays. 2-8°C
Part # 3012 Hydrogen Peroxide: 200µL of a stabilized 3% solution. 2-8°C
Part # 6004 Horseradish Peroxidase: 18.9 Units of enzyme 2-8°C



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