Tetrabromorhodamine 123, bromide
Tetrabromorhodamine 123 can be used to generate singlet oxygen (1O2) in mitochondrial membranes (1,2). The dye has a quantum yield for singlet oxygen generation of 0.65-0.7 and is particularly toxic to carcinoma cells.
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