1. Fluorescent Dye
  2. Cell Staining Analysis
  3. Cell Function Analysiss
  4. Exosome Dyes

Exosome Dyes

Exosome Dyes (5):

Cat. No. Product Name CAS No. Purity Chemical Structure
  • 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-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.
  • HY-D1451
    PKH 26 154214-55-8
    PKH 26 is a red fluorescent dye, PKH 26 can stably bind to the lipid region of cell membrane and emit red fluorescence (Ex/Em=551/567 nm), which is mainly used for in vitro cell labeling, in vitro cell proliferation studies and in vivo and in vitro cell tracing studies.
    PKH 26
  • HY-D1028
    DiD perchlorate 127274-91-3 98.96%
    DiD is a long-chain carbocyanine dye. Carbocyanine dyes are widely used as Di to label cells, organelles, liposomes, viruses and lipoproteins.
    DiD perchlorate
  • HY-103466
    FM4-64 162112-35-8 99.94%
    FM4-64 is a very lipophilic, water-soluble styrene dyes, can specifically bind to cell membranes and inner membrane organelles to produce fluorescence. FM4-64 is widely used in endocytic and exospic membrane structure markers.