Yeast Viability Staining Kit
The Yeast Viability Staining Kit is a fluorescent assay to determine yeast viability. Each kit contains two fluorescent components, CF® Dye-labeled Concanavalin A (ConA) and Live-or-Dye® viability dye.
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Yeast Vitality Staining Kit
The Yeast Vitality Staining Kit is a fluorogenic assay that allows you to determine whether your yeast cells are metabolically active. The kit contains two fluorescent components, Calcofluor White and ViaVac Red/Green.
Yeast Live-or-Dye™ Fixable Live/Dead Staining Kit
The Yeast Live-or-Dye™ Fixable Live/Dead Staining Kit is a fixable, fluorescent assay to determine yeast viability. The kit contains two fluorescent components, Thiazole Orange and Live-or-Dye™ 568/583.
ViaVac™ Red/Green is a fluorescent viability dye for yeast, identical in structure to the dye FUN® 1. ViaVac passively diffuses into cells, showing green cytoplasmic staining.
Calcofluor White Stain, 5 mM in Water
Calcofluor White is a fluorescent blue dye that binds to cellulose and chitin, which can be found in the cell walls of fungi, algae, and plants. In budding yeast Calcofluor White stains bud scars more strongly, because they have a higher concentration of chitin.
Thiazole Orange, 10 mM in DMSO
Thiazole orange (TO) is commonly used in reticulocyte analysis to stain residual RNA of blood cells, to stain DNA in agarose gels and capillary electrophoresis. Thiazole Orange also functions as a fixable live-cell cytoplasmic stain in yeast cells. Supplied at 10 mM in DMSO.
Concanavalin A (Con A) CF® Dye Conjugates
This product is concanavalin A (Con A) labeled with our superior fluorescent CF® dyes. Con A is a widely used lectin that selectively binds to a-mannopyranosyl and a-glucopyranosy residues, found in the cell wall of yeast and fungi, and the cell membrane of mammalian cells.