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Results for "Acridine Orange 10-Nonyl" in MCE Product Catalog:

11

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10

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3

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Cat. No. Product Name Type
  • HY-D0993
    Acridine Orange 10-Nonyl Bromide

    NonylAcridine Orange

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    Acridine Orange 10-Nonyl Bromide is a fluorescent probe for cardiolipin (λex: 489 nm, λem: 525 nm).
  • HY-101879
    Acridine Orange hydrochloride

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    Acridine Orange hydrochloride is a cell-permeable fluorescent dye that binds to nucleic acids, resulting in an altered spectral emission.
  • HY-D0150
    Thiazole Orange

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    Thiazole Orange is a dye for reticulocyte analysis.
  • HY-D1069
    DBCO-Cy3

    DBCO-Sulfo-Cy3

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    DBCO-Cy3 (DBCO-Sulfo-Cy3) is the derivative of Cyanine3 fluorophore, a pH insensitive from pH (4-10) orange fluorescent dye with excitation maximum 555 nm and emission maximum of 580 nm. DBCO-Cy3 has fast reaction kinetics and good stability, and is productive to use in many standard fluorescent instrumentations.
  • HY-D0249
    Sunset Yellow FCF

    Food Yellow 3; Orange Yellow S; CI 15985

    Dyes
    Sunset Yellow FCF is a petroleum-derived orange azo dye with a pH dependent maximum absorption at about 480 nm at pH 1 and 443 nm at pH 13.
  • HY-D0822
    CY3

    Sulfo-Cyanine3

    Protein Labeling
    Cy3 (Sulfo-Cyanine3) is an orange-fluorescent label for protein and nucleic acid (λex=554, λem=568).
  • HY-15942
    5-TAMRA

    5-Carboxytetramethylrhodamine

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    5-TAMRA (5-Carboxytetramethylrhodamine), SE and its conjugates yield bright, pH-insensitive orange-red fluorescence (approximate excitation/emission maxima ~546/579) with good photostability.
  • HY-D0048
    5-TAMRA-SE

    5-TAMRA-NHS ester; 5-Carboxytetramethylrhodamine succinimidyl ester

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    5-TAMRA-SE is an amine-reactive fluorescent agent, its conjugates yield bright, pH-insensitive orange-red fluorescence (approximate excitation/emission maxima ~546/579) with good photostability.
  • HY-15944
    5(6)-TAMRA

    5(6)-Carboxytetramethylrhodamine

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    5(6)-TAMRA contains a carboxylic acid that can be used to react with primary amines via carbodiimide activation of the carboxylic acid; bright, orange-fluorescent dye produces conjugates with absorption/emission maxima of ~555/580 nm.
  • HY-D0083
    DiI

    DiIC18(3)

    Fluorescent Dyes/Probes
    DiI (DiIC18(3)) is a lipophilic membrane dye that diffuses laterally to stain the entire cell. DiI is excited to emit orange-red fluorescence. The fluorescence is weak in water but strong and photostable when incorporated into membranes.