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IVISense DiR 750 is a lipophilic, near infrared (NIR) fluorescent cyanine dye ideal for staining cytoplasmic membrane. The two long 18-carbon chains insert into the cell membrane, resulting in specific and stable cell staining with negligible dye transfer between cells. The near infrared property of this dye makes it good for in vivo imaging because of significantly reduced autofluorescence from the animal at higher wavelengths.
|Optical Imaging Classification||Fluorescence Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||IVISense|
|Shipping Condition||Blue Ice|
|Unit Size||25 mg|
|Wave Length||750 nm|
XenoLight DiR is a lipophilic, near infrared fluorescent cyanine dye ideal for staining the cytoplasmic membrane. The two long 18-carbon chains insert into the cell membrane, resulting in specific and stable cell staining with negligible dye transfer between cells.,XenoLight DiR in combination with PerkinElmer’s IVIS® imaging systems can be used for non-invasive imaging of cell homing (T cells, stem cells etc.) in vivo. The near infrared property of this dye makes it ideal for in vivo imaging because of significantly reduced auto-fluorescence from the animal at higher wavelengths.
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