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DPX

DPX is a positively charged quencher that is often used with ANTS (90010) to study membrane fusion or permeability.

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14208-10-7

Cellular localization

Fluid phase tracer

Cell permeability

Membrane impermeant

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DPX is a positively charged quencher that is often used with ANTS (90010) to study membrane fusion or permeability.

  • Off-white solid soluble in water
  • Store desiccated at 4°C
  • C18H18Br2N2
  • MW: 422
  • [14208-10-7]

 

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