|Application\Fluorophore||Cell and Organelle Stains|
|Description||Resorufin benzyl ether is a red fluorometric probe that acts as a substrate for cytochrome P450 CYP3A4. It is used to screen the inhibition/activation potential of test compounds, to predict potential drug-drug interactions, or to monitor other CYP450 activities.|
|Synonyms||Benzyloxyresorufin; 7-Benzyloxyresorufin; 7-(benzyloxy)-3H-phenoxazin-3-one|
|Storage||Store at -20°C|
2-NBDG is a fluorescent derivative of glucose that is used to monitor the glucose uptake into bacteria and live mammalian cells.
1-((3-Phenylboronic acid)sulphadimo)pyrene is a fluorescent labeling reagent for cis-diols (sugars) at high pH values on cell surfaces, and in vitro for carbohy...
TMA-DPH is a fluorescent probe used for measuring fluidity of membranes and liposomes.
C6 NBD Ceramide
C6 NBD ceramide is a ceramide derivative that is tagged with a fluorescent group NBD. It has been used as a stain for Golgi apparatus.
MitoMark Red I
MitoMark Red I is a red fluorescent mitochondrial stain.
BF 594 Phalloidin
Bella Fluor 594 Phalloidin conjugate is a photostable red-fluorescent probe with a high affinity for F-actin, which is used in cytoskeletal protein imaging.
4-Di-2-ASP is a cationic styryl mitochondrial probe with a large Stokes shift.
NBD-C6-HPC is a green-fluorescent hexanoyl glycerophosphocholic analog that is useful for investigation of lipid trafficking in live cells.