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BZiPAR is a fluorescent probe. BZiPAR also is a substrate of trypsin that becomes fluorescent after cleavage by the protease.

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BZiPAR Chemical Structure

BZiPAR Chemical Structure

CAS No. : 254451-46-2

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BZiPAR is a fluorescent probe. BZiPAR also is a substrate of trypsin that becomes fluorescent after cleavage by the protease[1].

In Vitro

Guidelines (Following is our recommended protocol. This protocol only provides a guideline, and should be modified according to your specific needs).
Confocal Imaging of Trypsinogen Activation:
1. Incubate the cells according to your normal protocol.
2. Isolate clusters of acinar cells.
3. Incubate acini in extracellular solution containing 100 μM BZiPAR.
4. BZiPAR were excited with a 488-nm laser line; emission was collected in the 508- to 530-nm band for cleaved BZiPAR.

MCE has not independently confirmed the accuracy of these methods. They are for reference only.

Molecular Weight





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