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RH237

The styryl dye RH237 is a fast-responding potentiometric probe that is primarily used for functional imaging of neurons.

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For live/intact cells

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Fast-response membrane potential dye

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Product Description

The styryl dye RH237 is a fast-responding potentiometric probe that is primarily used for functional imaging of neurons. Excitation/emission data (below)  is for the dye in methanol. In cell membranes, the spectra of styryl dyes are typically blue-shifted by as much as 20 nm for absorption or excitation and 80 nm for emission.

  • λExEm (MeOH) = 528/782 nm
  • Dark solid soluble in DMSO
  • Store at -20°C and protect from light
  • C29H40N2O3S
  • MW: 496.71

 

References

1. Neuroscience 31, 613 (1989).

 

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