1. Fluorescent Dye
  2. Cell Staining Analysis
  3. Organelle Dyes
  4. Cytoskeleton Dyes

Cytoskeleton Dyes

Cytoskeleton Dyes (5):

Cat. No. Product Name CAS No. Purity Chemical Structure
  • HY-P2270
    Phalloidin-TRITC 915013-10-4
    Phalloidin-TRITC is a fluorescein derivative of Phalloidin, which can specifically label myof lin and display red fluorescence when labeled and can be observed using Tesred channels.
  • HY-131010
    Flutax-2 (5/6-mixture)
    Flutax-2 (5/6-mixture) is an active fluorescent derivative of paclitaxel. Flutax-2 (5/6-mixture) binds to a polymerized α,β tubulin dimer. Excitation/emission wavelength: 496/524 nm. Paclitaxel, a diterpenoid secondary metabolite produced by Taxus species, can be used for the research of a variety of cancers.
    Flutax-2 (5/6-mixture)
  • HY-D1525
    N-(7-Nitrobenzofurazan-4-yl)phallacidin 73413-78-2
    N-(7-Nitrobenzofurazan-4-yl)phallacidin is a fluorochrome. N-(7-Nitrobenzofurazan-4-yl)phallacidin can be used visualizing probe for actin.
  • HY-D1346
    610CP 1877282-17-1
    610CP is a new type of actin labeling dye. It dissolves in organic solvents. In DMSO the 610CP excitation/emission wavelength is between 609 and 634 nm. 610CP is a fluorescent dye that penetrates living cells. Upon cell entry, 610CP binds to Bromo-des-methyl-Jasplakinolide Therefore, 610CP dye can be used to stain actin fluorescence images with low background and high resolution.
  • HY-D1679
    Phalloidin-f-HM-SiR is a multifunctional dye. Dyes are important tools in biological experiments. They can help researchers observe and analyze cell structures, track biomolecules, evaluate cell functions, distinguish cell types, detect biomolecules, study tissue pathology and monitor microorganisms. Their applications range from basic scientific research to clinical A wide range of diagnostics. Dyes are also widely used in traditional fields such as textile dyeing, as well as in emerging fields such as functional textile processing, food pigments and dye-sensitized solar cells.