DiOC6(3) is a lipophilic fluorescent dye with excitation/emission spectra of 484/501 nm, respectively.
D-Luciferin sodium salt is a useful substrate for the enzyme Firefly Luciferase.
AbFluor™ dyes are a series of highly water-soluble ﬂuorescent dyes spanning the visible and near-infrared (IR) spectrum for labeling biomolecules, especially proteins and nucleic acids which are Developed by Abbkine scientists.
The green fluorescent, lipophilic carbocyanine DiOC18(3) is widely used as a lipophilic tracer.
DiI is a widely used carbocyanine membrane dye.
Ethidium Homodimer, is a high affinity fluorescent nucleic acid stain.
DiOC2(3) has been used for measuring membrane potentials in bacteria.
Tetramethylrhodamine has been a widely used fluorophore for preparing bioconjugates.
The far-red fluorescent, lipophilic carbocyanine DiD is a longer-wavelength DiI analog.
RH414 is a fast-responding potentiometric probe that is primarily used for functional imaging of neurons.