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Sulforhodamine G

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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CAS number

5873-16-5

Cellular localization

Fluid phase tracer

Cell permeability

Membrane impermeant

Colors

Red

Excitation/Emission

529/548 nm

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Product Description

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).

  • λExEm = 529/548 nm
  • Orange red solid soluble in water
  • Store at room temperature
  • C25H25N2NaO7S2
  • MW: 553
  • [5873-16-5]

References

1. Meth Enzymol 221, 234 (1993).

2. J Biol Chem 267, 18424 (1992).

3. Plant Cell Environ 17, 257 (1994).

 

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