Similar to other sulforhodamine dyes, the highly water-soluble sulforhodamine G can also be used as a polar tracer for the studies of cell morphology and neuronal cell-cell communication (1-3).
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Similar to other sulforhodamine dyes, the highly water-soluble sulforhodamine B can also be used as a polar tracer for the studies of cell morphology and neuronal cell-cell communication (1-3). In addition, sulforhodamine B has been shown to be a superior protein stain for use in the quantification of cellular proteins of cultured cells.
Sulforhodamine 101 has a longer absorption wavelength than does sulforhodamine B. Like sulforhodamine B and G, in addition to their potential use in cancer drug screening, these fluorescent dyes have been primarily used as polar tracers for the studies of neuronal cell morphology and cell-cell communication.
CF® Dye Dextran 10,000 MW, Anionic and Fixable
CF® dye labeled dextrans could be used as a fluorescent fluid-phase markers to study cell permeability, endocytosis, or mechanisms of biomolecular delivery. The dextran is 10,000 MW, and contains a formaldehyde-fixable free-amine group.
CF® Dye Biocytin
CF® dye biocytin is a cell-impermeant, fixable polar tracer that is a conjugate of CF® dye and biotin with an aldehyde-fixable primary amine. Polar tracers are commonly used to investigate cell-cell and cell-liposome fusion as well as membrane permeability and transport through gap junctions or cell uptake during pinocytosis.
α-Bungarotoxin, CF® Dye and Other Conjugates
Conjugates of α-Bungarotoxin labeled with a selection of our CF® dyes and other labels. Labeled α-bungarotoxin conjugates can be used for staining nicotinic acetylcholine receptors at neuromuscular junctions in tissue sections.