1. Fluorescent Dye
  2. Cell Staining Analysis

Cell Staining Analysis

Cell Staining Analysis (530):

Cat. No. Product Name CAS No. Purity Chemical Structure
  • HY-W090090
    BODIPY 493/503 121207-31-6 99.48%
    BODIPY493/503 is a BODIPY dye. BODIPY dye is a small molecule dye with strong ultraviolet absorption ability, its fluorescence peak is relatively sharp, and the quantum yield is high. They are relatively insensitive to the polarity and pH of the environment and are relatively stable under different physiological conditions. Due to its structural asymmetry, BODIPY derives a variety of structural products. BODIPY lipid droplet dyes can well pass through the cell membrane into the cell, and localize the neutral lipids in the cell to specifically stain the lipid droplets, which can be used for labeling of live cells and fixed cells. Maximum excitation/emission wavelength: 493/503 nm.
    BODIPY 493/503
  • HY-D0718
    Nile Red 7385-67-3 98.15%
    Nile red (Nile blue oxazone) is a lipophilic stain. Nile red has environment-sensitive fluorescence. Nile red is intensely fluorescent in a lipid-rich environment while it has minimal fluorescence in aqueous media. Nile red is an excellent vital stain for the detection of intracellular lipid droplets by fluorescence microscopy and flow cytof uorometry. Nile red stains intracellular lipid droplets red. The fluorescence wavelength is 559/635 nm.
    Nile Red
  • HY-D0815
    Propidium Iodide 25535-16-4 99.69%
    Propidium Iodide (PI) is a nuclear staining agent that stains DNA. Propidium Iodide is an analogue of ethidine bromide that emits red fluorescence upon embedding in double-stranded DNA. Propidium Iodide cannot pass through living cell membranes, but it can pass through damaged cell membranes to stain the nucleus. Propidium Iodide has a fluorescence wavelength of 493/617 nm and a wavelength of 536/635 nm after Mosaic with DNA. Propidium Iodide is commonly used in the detection of apoptosis (apoptosis) or necrosis (necrosis), and is often used in flow cytometry analysis.
    Propidium Iodide
  • HY-15534
    JC-1 3520-43-2 99.0%
    JC-1 (CBIC2) is an ideal fluorescent probe widely used to detect mitochondrial membrane potential. JC-1 accumulates in mitochondria in a potential dependent manner and can be used to detect the membrane potential of cells, tissues or purified mitochondria. In normal mitochondria, JC-1 aggregates in the mitochondrial matrix to form a polymer, which emits strong red fluorescence (Ex=585nm, Em=590nm); When the mitochondrial membrane potential is low, JC-1 cannot aggregate in the matrix of mitochondria and produce green fluorescence (ex=514nm, em=529nm).
    JC-1
  • HY-D1048
    DiR 100068-60-8 99.89%
    DiR is a long-chain carbocyanine dye. Carbocyanine dyes are widely used as Di to label cells, organelles, liposomes, viruses and lipoproteins.
    DiR
  • HY-149203A
    MQA-P TFA
    MQA-P is a multifunctional near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent probe that simultaneously detects ONOO-, viscosity, and polarity within mitochondria. MQA-P exhibits significant response to ONOO-, λem=645 nm; and NIR channel at λem>704 nm Medium is highly sensitive to viscosity/polarity. MQA-P possesses excited-state intramolecular charge transfer (ESICT) properties that are highly sensitive to polarity by designing the N,N-dimethylamino group as the electron donor and the quinoline cation unit as the electron acceptor. MQA-P is used for ferroptosis or cancer diagnosis in vitro and in vivo via dual-channel images.
    MQA-P TFA
  • HY-103469
    Peroxy Orange 1 1199576-10-7 99.2%
    Peroxy Orange 1 (PO1) is a new H2O2 specific probe that can bind to green fluorescent highly reactive oxygen species (hROS) probe APF. Peroxy Orange 1 is also a living cell dye.
    Peroxy Orange 1
  • HY-D2268A
    QM-FN-SO3 ammonium
    QM-FN-SO3 ammonium is a BBB-penetrable near-infrared (NIR) aggregation-induced emission (AIE)-active probe for Aβ plaques. QM-FN-SO3 ammonium can be used for in vivo detection of Aβ plaques. QM-FN-SO3 ammonium has ultra-high S/N ratio, binding affinity, and high-performance NIR emission.
    QM-FN-SO3 ammonium
  • HY-15559
    Hoechst 33342 23491-52-3 99.94%
    Hoechst 33342 is a marker dye in Hoechst series. Hoechst is A live nuclear marker dye. Hoechst binds to the grooves in the DNA double strand, which tends to be A/ T-rich DNA strand. Although it binds to all nucleic acids, the A/ T-rich double strand DNA significantly enhances fluorescence intensity Therefore,Hoechst dye can be used for living cell labeling. The fluorescence intensity of Hoechst dye increases with the increase of pH of solution.
    Hoechst 33342
  • HY-D0079
    Dihydroethidium 104821-25-2 98.71%
    Dihydroethidium, also known as DHE, is a peroxide indicator. Dihydroethidium penetrates cell membranes to form a fluorescent protein complex with blue fluoresces. After entering the cells, Dihydroethidium is mainly localized in the cell membrane, cytoplasm and nucleus, and the staining effect is the strongest in the nucleus. Dihydroethidium produces inherent blue fluorescence with a maximum excitation wavelength of 370 nm and a maximum emission wavelength of 420 nm; after dehydrogenation, Dihydroethidium combines with RNA or DNA to produce red fluorescence with a maximum excitation wavelength of 300 nm and a maximum emission wavelength of 610 nm. 535 nm can also be used as the excitation wavelength for actual observation.
    Dihydroethidium
  • HY-128868A
    FITC-Dextran (MW 4000) 60842-46-8
    FITC-Dextran (MW 4000) is a fluorescent probe for fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) dextran (Ex=495 nm; Em=525 nm). FITC-Dextran (MW 4000) can be used as a marker to reveal heat shock-induced cell damage and to study the early and late stages of apoptosis. FITC-Dextran (MW 4000) can also be used for cell permeability studies, such as blood-brain barrier permeability and determination of the extent of blood-brain barrier disruption.
    FITC-Dextran (MW 4000)
  • HY-116215
    2-NBDG 186689-07-6 98.92%
    2-NBDG is a fluorescently-labeled deoxyglucose analog that is used primarily to directly monitor glucose uptake by living cells and tissues. It is also used as a topical contrast reagent for the detection of neoplasia. 2-NBDG can be used in real-time confocal, high-resolution, or wide-field fluorescence microscopy as well as in flow cytometry. The probe can be excited by the Argon laser at 488 nm to give the environment-sensitive fluorescence. It has lower photostability than the rhodamine-based fluorescent probes.
    2-NBDG
  • HY-D0938
    CFDA-SE 150347-59-4 99.01%
    CFDA-SE is a fluorescent dye that can penetrate the cell membrane. It can react with the free amine group in the cytoskeleton protein inside the cell, and finally form a protein complex with fluorescence. After entering the cell, CFDA-SE locates in the cell membrane, cytoplasm and nucleus, and the fluorescence staining is strongest in the nucleus. CFDA-SE dye can be uniformly inherited by the cells with cell division and proliferation, and its attenuation is proportional to the number of cell divisions. This phenomenon can be detected and analyzed by flow cytometry under the excitation light of 488 nm, and can be used to detect the proliferation of cells.
    CFDA-SE
  • HY-D0814
    DAPI dihydrochloride 28718-90-3 98.88%
    DAPI dihydrochloride is a DAPI dye. DAPI is a fluorescent dye that binds strongly to DNA. It binds to the AT base pair of the double-stranded DNA minor groove, and one DAPI molecule can occupy three base pair positions. The fluorescence intensity of DAPI molecules bound to double-stranded DNA is increased by about 20 times, and it is commonly observed with fluorescence microscopy, and the amount of DNA can be determined based on the intensity of fluorescence. In addition, because DAPI can pass through intact cell membranes, it can be used to stain both live and fixed cells.
    DAPI dihydrochloride
  • HY-128868
    FITC-Dextran (MW 10000) 60842-46-8
    FITC-Dextran (MW 10000) is a fluorescent probe for fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) dextran (Ex=495 nm; Em=525 nm). FITC-Dextran (MW 10000) can be used as a marker to reveal heat shock-induced cell damage and to study the early and late stages of apoptosis. FITC-Dextran (MW 10000) can also be used for cell permeability studies, such as blood-brain barrier permeability and determination of the extent of blood-brain barrier disruption.
    FITC-Dextran (MW 10000)
  • HY-D0041
    Calcein-AM 148504-34-1 ≥98.0%
    Calcein AM, has cell membrane permeability and can easily enter the cell. Calcein AM has no fluorescence and is hydrolyzed by endogenous esterase in the cell to produce polar molecule Calcein (Calcein), which has strong negative charge and cannot permeate the cell membrane. Calcein can emit strong green fluorescence, so it is often used with Propidium Iodide for cell viability/virulence detection, excitation/emission wavelength: 494/515 nm.
    Calcein-AM
  • HY-D0083
    DiI 41085-99-8 99.92%
    DiI is a long-chain carbocyanine dye. Carbocyanine dyes are widely used as Di to label cells, organelles, liposomes, viruses and lipoproteins.
    DiI
  • HY-D0985A
    TMRE 115532-52-0 98.70%
    Rhodamine dyes are membrane-permeable cationic fluorescent probes that specifically recognize mitochondrial membrane potentials, thereby attaching to mitochondria and producing bright fluorescence, and at certain concentrations, rhodamine dyes have low toxicity to cells, so they are commonly used to detect mitochondria in animal cells, plant cells, and microorganisms.
    TMRE
  • HY-15924
    Thiazolyl Blue 298-93-1 99.84%
    Thiazolyl Blue (MTT) is a cell-permeable and positively charged tetrazolium dye that is used to detect reductive metabolism in cells. Thiazolyl Blue is taken up by cells through the plasma membrane and then reduced to formazan by intracellular NAD (P) H-oxidoreductases. Thiazolyl Blue is frequently used in colorimetric assays to measure cell proliferation, cytotoxicity, and apoptosis.
    Thiazolyl Blue
  • HY-101896
    Fluo-4 AM 273221-67-3 ≥99.0%
    Fluo-4 AM is a cell-permeable Ca2+ indicator.
    Fluo-4 AM