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Annexin A5 (Annexin V) is a cellular protein in the annexin group. Annexin V is a probe commonly used to detect apoptotic cells by its ability to bind to phosphatidylserine, a marker of apoptosis when it is on the outer leaflet of the plasma membrane.
Annexin-Vivo™ 750, from PerkinElmer, is a targeted fluorescent imaging agent comprising this selective protein, Annexin A5 and a near-infrared (NIR) fluorochrome. This agent has been developed to enable in vivo visualization and quantification of the membrane-bound phospholipid, phosphotidylserine, exposed in the outer leaflet of the cell membrane lipid bilayer during the early stages of apoptosis.
|Fluorescent Agent Type||Targeted|
|Optical Imaging Classification||Fluorescence Imaging|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||1.0 Units|
|Shipping Condition||Blue Ice|
|Therapeutic Area||Atherosclerosis, Oncology/Cancer|
|Unit Size||1 Vial (10 doses)|
|Wave Length||750 nm|
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Protocol for Annexin-Vivo 750 In Vivo Fluorescent Imaging Agent
Annexin-Vivo™ 750 is a targeted fluorescence imaging agent comprising a selective protein, Annexin A5 and a near-infrared (NIR) fluorochrome. This agent has been developed to enable in vivo visualization and quantification of the membrane-bound phospholipid, phosphotidylserine, exposed in the outer leaflet of the cell membrane lipid bilayer during the early stages of apoptosis.
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