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IVISense Bacterial 750 Fluorescent Control Dye in RediJect Solution (1 vial) (XenoLight)

IVISense Bacterial 750 (XenoLight Rediject Bacterial Detection) fluorescent probe is a near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent probe for in vivo targeting of both gram positive and gram negative bacterial infections.

IVISense Bacterial 750 probes are available in either 1 or 4 vial quantities in a convenient, ready-to-use injectable format.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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IVISense Bacterial 750 Fluorescent Probe in RediJect Solution (1 vial) (XenoLight)
167.00 USD
IVISense Bacterial 750 Fluorescent Probe in RediJect Solution (4 vials) (XenoLight)
532.00 USD
IVISense Bacterial 750 Fluorescent Control Dye in RediJect Solution (1 vial) (XenoLight)
166.00 USD
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IVISense Bacterial 750 fluorescent control dye in RediJect Solution is a non-reactive dye that can be used as a negative control when using the IVISense Bacterial 750 fluorescent imaging probe.


Fluorescent Agent Type Targeted
Optical Imaging Classification Fluorescence Imaging
Product Brand Name IVISense
Shipping Condition Blue Ice
Therapeutic Area Bacterial infection
Unit Size 1
Wave Length 750 nm
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