BrdU (5-Bromo-2′-deoxyuridine) can be incorporated into DNA during cell division and subsequently detected by a BrdU antibody. The probe can be used to study cell-cycle kinetics (1).
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5-Aminoallyl-dUTP (AA-dUTP), 10 mM solution
5-Aminoallyl-dUTP (AA-dUTP) can be enzymatically incorporated into DNA. The resulting amine-containing DNA can be subsequently labeled with a fluorescent dye, biotin or other haptens via conventional peptide coupling method (1,2).
dUTP CF® Dye Conjugates
CF® dye-dUTP can be used for TUNEL assay, or to synthesize labeled DNA probes for in situ hybridization and nucleic acid blotting applications.
TUNEL Assay Apoptosis Detection Kit
The CF® dye TUNEL Assay Apoptosis Detection Kit employs dUTP conjugated to the exceptionally bright and photostable fluorescent dyes, for single step fluorescent TUNEL labeling of fixed cells or tissues for analysis by fluorescence microscopy or flow cytometry.
BrdU Monoclonal Mouse Antibody (BRD469)
This antibody reacts with Bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) in single stranded DNA (produced by partial denaturation of double stranded DNA), BrdU coupled to a protein carrier, as well as free BrdU.
Biotin-11-dUTP, 1 mM Solution
Biotin-11-dUTP can be enzymatically incorporated into DNA via nick translation, random priming, or 3'-end terminal labeling. The number '11' is the number of atoms in the linker between biotin and dUTP.
ViaFluor® SE Cell Proliferation Kits
ViaFluor® SE Cell Proliferation Kits use amine-reactive dyes to covalently label the cell cytoplasm, and are used to monitor cell division by flow cytometry. The dyes also can be used to stably label cells to image cell morphology, or to track cell populations in mixed co-culture experiments. The labeling withstands fixation and permeabilization for immunostaining.