DyeTOX Red Dead Cell Stain
Molecular Formula:
C29H37IN4S
Molecular Weight:
600.6
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Application\Fluorophore:
DNA Stains
Description:
DyeTOX Red Dead Cell Stain is a cell-permeant fluorescent dye used for staining nucleic acid.
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