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Nucleus Dyes

Nucleus Dyes (32):

Cat. No. Product Name CAS No. Purity Chemical Structure
  • 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-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-D0814
    DAPI dihydrochloride 28718-90-3 99.27%
    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-D0021
    Ethidium bromide 1239-45-8 99.85%
    Ethidium bromide is an intercalating agent commonly used as a fluorescent tag (nucleic acid stain) in molecular biology laboratories for techniques such as agarose gel electrophoresis.
    Ethidium bromide
  • HY-15559A
    Hoechst 33342 trihydrochloride 875756-97-1 99.81%
    Hoechst 33342 trihydrochloride 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 trihydrochloride
  • HY-D1675
    6-HoeHESIR
    6-HoeHESIR 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.
    6-HoeHESIR
  • HY-D2220
    SiR-Hoechst
    SiR-Hoechst is a far-red fluorescent DNA probe being used widely for time-lapse imaging of living cells. SiR-Hoechst is minimally toxic at concentrations as high as 10-25 µM. SiR-Hoechst induces DNA damage responses and G2 arrest at concentrations well below 1 µM.
    SiR-Hoechst
  • HY-D2222
    5-HMSiR-Hochest
    5-HMSiR-Hoechst is a DNA probe. 5-HMSiR-Hoechst comprises Hoechst 33258 and spontaneously blinking far-red hydroxymethyl silicon-rhodamine (HMSiR). 5-HMSiR-Hoechst can stain living cells. Ex/Em=640 nm/675 nm.
    5-HMSiR-Hochest
  • HY-15558A
    Hoechst 33258 trihydrochloride 23491-45-4 98.87%
    Hoechst 33258 trihydrochloride 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 33258 trihydrochloride
  • HY-15560B
    Hoechst 34580 tetrahydrochloride 2310135-08-9 99.77%
    Hoechst 34580 tetrahydrochloride 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 34580 tetrahydrochloride
  • HY-15558
    Hoechst 33258 23491-44-3 99.93%
    Hoechst 33258 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 33258
  • HY-D1020
    7-Aminoactinomycin D 7240-37-1 ≥99.0%
    7-Aminoactinomycin D (7-AAD) a fluorescent DNA stain, is a potent RNA polymerase inhibitor. 7-Aminoactinomycin D selectively binds to GC regions of the DNA. 7-Aminoactinomycin D also has antibacterial effects.
    7-Aminoactinomycin D
  • HY-101859
    NucPE1 1404091-23-1 ≥98.0%
    NucPE1 (Nuclear Peroxy Emerald 1) is a nuclear-localized fluorescent hydrogen peroxide that is specifically localized to cellular nuclei without appended targeting moieties.
    NucPE1
  • HY-15623
    Hoechst 33258 analog 258843-62-8 99.96%
    Hoechst 33258 analog 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 33258 analog
  • HY-15630A
    Hoechst 33342 analog 2 trihydrochloride 155815-98-8 98.02%
    Hoechst 33342 analog 2 trihydrochloride 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 analog 2 trihydrochloride
  • HY-15631
    Hoechst 33258 analog 6 129244-66-2 99.63%
    Hoechst 33258 analog 6 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 33258 analog 6
  • HY-15562
    HOE 32021 23623-06-5 99.48%
    HOE 32021 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.
    HOE 32021
  • HY-15626
    ortho-iodoHoechst 33258 158013-41-3 98.01%
    ortho-iodoHoechst 33258 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.
    ortho-iodoHoechst 33258
  • HY-15619
    Hoechst S 769121 74681-68-8
    Hoechst S 769121 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 S 769121
  • HY-15561B
    HOE-S 785026 trihydrochloride 2320308-12-9 99.76%
    HOE-S 785026 trihydrochloride 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.
    HOE-S 785026 trihydrochloride