Trypan blue stain is a well-accepted method for staining dead cells. It can enter into cells with compromised membranes and is the method used with the Countess® automated cell counting platform.
Size: 2 × 1 ml
DAPI is a commonly used nuclear counterstain for fixed cells that emits blue fluorescence when bound to DNA. With NucBlue® Fixed Cell ReadyProbes™ Reagent, we have formulated a high-purity form of this classic stain in a room temperature-stable solution that is provided in a convenient-to-use dropper bottle. Just tip and drip two drops per ml to stain your cells. Features of NucBlue® Fixed Cell ReadyProbes™ Reagent: Ready-to-use liquid DAPI formulation No need to dilute, weigh, or pipette Convenient dropper bottle—just use two drops per ml Stable at room temperature—keep handy at your scope or...
Size: 1 kit
Alkaline Phosphatase Live Stain is a stem cell imaging product that allows users to differentially stain pluripotent stem cells (PSCs). The dye is a cell-permeable fluorescent substrate for alkaline phosphatase (AP) that is non-toxic to cells, diffusing out over the course of two hours. The Alkaline Phosphatase Live Stain consists of 50 µL of a 500X fluorescein-based dye in DMSO, sufficient for staining two 24-well plates, four 6 cm dishes or two 10 cm dishes. This Alkaline Phosphatase Live Stain allows you to: • Identify pluripotent stem cells with a strong signal above background • Stain PSC...
Size: 50 µl
HCS CellMask™ Red stain (H32712) replaces the HCS CellMask™ Red cytoplasmic⁄nuclear stain (H32711) as a cell delineation tool for HCS platforms. HCS CellMask™ stains label the entire cell (cytoplasm and nucleus) and provide an accurate backdrop against which the features of interest can be assessed. HCS CellMask™ stains can be applied to cells immediately after fixation or in the last step of multiplexing protocols, and they are compatible with detergent-based cell permeabilization protocols. If only nuclear staining is desired, HCS NuclearMask™ stains can be used for measuring DNA content in ...
Size: 1 set
The intracellular accumulation of neutral lipids, steatosis, is often triggered by drugs that affect the metabolism of fatty acids and/or neutral lipids. HCS LipidTOX™ Green neutral lipid stain was developed to characterize the potentially toxic effects of compounds on lipid metabolism in mammalian cell lines. The LipidTOX™ neutral lipid stain has an extremely high affinity for neutral lipid droplets and can be detected by fluorescence microscopy or an HCS reader. This probe is compatible with the HCS LipidTOX™ phospholipidosis detection reagents (H34350, H34351). HCS LipidTOX™ neutral lipid s...
Size: 1 each
The Vybrant® DiD cell-labeling solution is a dye delivery solution that can be added directly to normal culture media to uniformly label suspended or attached culture cells for use in cell-cell fusion, cellular adhesion and migration applications.
Size: 1 ml
DiI is a lipophilic membrane stain that diffuses laterally to stain the entire cell. It is weakly fluorescent until incorporated into membranes. This orange—red-fluorescent dye, which is spectrally similar to tetramethylrhodamine, is often used as a long-term tracer for neuronal and other cells. DiI is also available as a solid (D-282), as a paste (N-22880) or as crystals (D-3911).
Size: 1 ml
The Vybrant® CM-DiI cell-labeling solution is a dye delivery solution that can be added directly to normal culture media to uniformly label suspended or attached culture cells for use in cell-cell fusion, cellular adhesion and migration applications.
Size: 1 ml
The lipophilic probe, FM™ 4-64FX exhibits low fluorescence in water but fluoresces intensely upon binding the outer leaf of the plasma membrane providing discrete plasma membrane staining. The binding is rapid and reversible and "FX" denotes that this analog is fixable with aldehyde-based fixatives. It is also an excellent reagent for identifying actively firing neurons and for investigating the mechanisms of activity-dependent vesicle cycling.
Size: 10 × 100 µg
The cationic mitochondrial dye, 4-Di-2-ASP is a styryl with a large Stokes shift. It can also be used to stain presyntptic nerve terminals independent of neuronal activity.
Size: 1 g
DASPMI (4-Di-1-ASP) is a styryl dye stains mitochondria of live cells. This dye has a large fluorescence Stokes shift and is taken up relatively slowly as a function of membrane potential.
Size: 1 g
alamarBlue® is a redox indicator that yields a colorimetric change and a fluorescent signal in a response to a metabolic activity. It is a proven safe and non-toxic dye used for quantitative analysis of cell viability and cell proliferation, for cytokine bioassays and in vitro cytotoxicity studies. Applications: • Cell proliferation determinations —alamarBlue® is water soluble, stable in culture and non-toxic • Cell viability assays, including cytotoxicity —metabolic activity and dye generation changes in proportion to altered viability and cell damage • Cytokine assays —measure cytokine-induc...
Size: 100 ml
DiI is a lipophilic membrane stain that diffuses laterally to stain the entire cell. It is weakly fluorescent until incorporated into membranes. This orange—red-fluorescent dye, which is spectrally similar to tetramethylrhodamine, is often used as a long-term tracer for neuronal and other cells. DiI is also available as a solution (V-22885), as a paste (N-22880) or as a solid (D-282).
Size: 25 mg
Nile red is used to localize and quantitate lipids, particularly neutral lipid droplets within cells. Nile red is almost nonfluorescent in water and other polar solvents but undergoes fluorescence enhancement and large absorption and emission blue shifts in nonpolar environments (excitation/emission maxima ~552/636 nm in methanol).
Size: 25 mg
The NeuroTrace™ BDA-10,000 Neuronal Tracer Kit contains the neuronal tracer, biotin dextran amine (BDA), and the detection reagents, avidin-horseradish peroxidase (avidin-HRP) and diaminobenzedine (DAB) for subsequent visualization by light or electron microscopy.
Size: 1 kit
DiOC 6 (3) is a cell-permeant, green-fluorescent, lipophilic dye that is selective for the mitochondria of live cells, when used at low concentrations. At higher concentrations, the dye may be used to stain other internal membranes, such as the endoplasmic reticulum.
Size: 100 mg
DNDS is a stilbene sulfonate that can be used to inhipit anionic transport.
Size: 1 g
The LIVE/DEAD® Fixable Dead Cell Stain Kit employs an amine-reactive fluorescent dye to evaluate mammalian cell viability by flow cytometry. In cells with compromised membranes, the dye reacts with free amines both in the cell interior and on the cell surface, yielding intense fluorescent staining. In viable cells, the dye's reactivity is restricted to the cell-surface amines, resulting in less intense fluorescence. The difference in intensity between the live and dead cell populations is typically greater than 50 fold, and this fluorescence intensity discrimination is completely preserved fol...
Size: 1 kit
ER-Tracker Blue-White DPX dye is a photostable probe that is selective for the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) in live cells. The cells can be aldehyde-fixed after staining with the dye but significant fluorescence signal will be lost. With excitation at ~374 nm, the environmentally-sensitive probe exhibits emission between 430 and 640 nm. A long-pass DAPI filter works best.
Size: 20 × 50 µl
The cell-permeant SYTO 82 orange fluorescent nucleic acid stain exhibits bright, orange fluorescence upon binding to nucleic acids. Because the staining pattern of the SYTO dyes in live cells may vary between cell types, we offer the SYTO Orange Fluorescent Nucleic Acid Stain Sampler Kit (S-11360) to enable researchers to find the most appropriate orange-fluorescent SYTO stain for their system.
Size: 250 µl