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Membrane Potential & Nerve Terminal Dyes

Biotium offers both slow-acting and fast-responding membrane potential dyes.

Slow-responding (translational) membrane potential dyes: DiBAC4(3), DiOC2(3), DiOC5(3), DiOC6(3).

Fast-responding membrane potential dyes: Di-4-ANEPPS, Di-8-ANEPPS, Di-2-ANEPEQ, RH237, RH414, RH421, RH795.

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    ADVASEP-7

    From: $204 Sizes: 250 mgCatalog #: 70029

    ADVASEP-7 is a sulfonated β-cyclodextrin derivative that has been reported to reduce background fluorescence when using SynaptoGreen C4 (also called FM1-43, catalog no. 70020) to stain brain slices.

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    ADVASEP-7 is a sulfonated β-cyclodextrin derivative that has been reported to reduce background fluorescence when using SynaptoGreen C4 (also called FM1-43, catalog no. 70020) to stain brain slices.

     

    AM1-43

    From: $193 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70024

    AM1-43 is a fixable, activity-dependent fluorescent nerve terminal probe. AM1-43 functions similarly similarly to SynaptoGreen C4 (catalog # 70020), but with the additional property of being fixable.

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    AM1-43 is a fixable, activity-dependent fluorescent nerve terminal probe. AM1-43 functions similarly similarly to SynaptoGreen C4 (catalog # 70020), but with the additional property of being fixable.

     

    AM1-44

    From: $213 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70038

    AM1-44 is a version of AM1-43 (catalog no. 70024) with improved fixability. The dye can also be used as a general probe for following endocytosis.

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    AM1-44 is a version of AM1-43 (catalog no. 70024) with improved fixability. The dye can also be used as a general probe for following endocytosis.

     

    AM2-10

    From: $193 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70036

    AM2-10 is a fixable analog of SynaptoGreen™ C2.

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    AM2-10 is a fixable analog of SynaptoGreen™ C2.

     

    AM3-25

    From: $256 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70051

    AM3-25 is a lipophilic styryl dye that has an amine group at the hydrophilic head. The amine group reacts with formaldehyde or glutaldehyde to make the dye fixable.

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    AM3-25 is a lipophilic styryl dye that has an amine group at the hydrophilic head. The amine group reacts with formaldehyde or glutaldehyde to make the dye fixable.

     

    AM4-64

    From: $193 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70025

    AM4-64 is a fixable, activity-dependent fluorescent nerve terminal probe. AM4-64 functions similarly similarly as SynaptoRed™ C2 (#70021) (equivalent to FM®4-64), but with the additional property of being fixable.

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    AM4-64 is a fixable, activity-dependent fluorescent nerve terminal probe. AM4-64 functions similarly similarly as SynaptoRed™ C2 (#70021) (equivalent to FM®4-64), but with the additional property of being fixable.

     

    AM4-65

    From: $225 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70039

    AM4-65 is a fixable red fluorescent nerve terminal probe. The dye is spectrally identical to SynaptoRed™ C2 (equivalent to FM®4-64), but it has an additional amine group at the hydrophilic end of the molecule, making the dye fixable with formaldehyde or gluteraldehyde.

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    AM4-65 is a fixable red fluorescent nerve terminal probe. The dye is spectrally identical to SynaptoRed™ C2 (equivalent to FM®4-64), but it has an additional amine group at the hydrophilic end of the molecule, making the dye fixable with formaldehyde or gluteraldehyde.

     

    AM4-66

    From: $225 Sizes: 1 mgCatalog #: 70050

    AM4-66 is a fixable red fluorescent nerve terminal probe. The dye is spectrally identical to SynaptoRed™ C2 (equivalent to FM®4-64), but it has an additional amine group at the hydrophilic end of the molecule, making the dye fixable with formaldehyde or gluteraldehyde.

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    AM4-66 is a fixable red fluorescent nerve terminal probe. The dye is spectrally identical to SynaptoRed™ C2 (equivalent to FM®4-64), but it has an additional amine group at the hydrophilic end of the molecule, making the dye fixable with formaldehyde or gluteraldehyde.

     

    Di-12-ANEPPQ

    From: $248 Sizes: 5 mgCatalog #: 61015

    Di-12-ANEPPQ is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. It is more hydrophobic than Di-8-ANEPPQ and is useful for potential-sensitive retrograde labeling of neurons.

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    Di-12-ANEPPQ is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. It is more hydrophobic than Di-8-ANEPPQ and is useful for potential-sensitive retrograde labeling of neurons.

     

    Di-2-ANEPEQ

    From: $237 Sizes: 5 mgCatalog #: 61013

    Di-2-ANEPEQ, also called JPW1114, is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. It is highly water-soluble and is usually introduced into cells by microinjection.

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    Di-2-ANEPEQ, also called JPW1114, is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. It is highly water-soluble and is usually introduced into cells by microinjection.

     

    Di-4-ANEPPS

    From: $158 Sizes: 5 mgCatalog #: 61010

    Di-4-ANEPPS is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. Changes in the membrane potential of the cell correlate with changes in the fluorescence excitation intensity of the dye.

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    Di-4-ANEPPS is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. Changes in the membrane potential of the cell correlate with changes in the fluorescence excitation intensity of the dye.

     

    Di-8-ANEPPQ

    From: $237 Sizes: 5 mgCatalog #: 61014

    Di-8-ANEPPQ is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. It is more hydrophobic than Di-2-ANEPEQ and is useful for potential-sensitive retrograde labeling of neurons.

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    Di-8-ANEPPQ is a fast-responding membrane potential dye. It is more hydrophobic than Di-2-ANEPEQ and is useful for potential-sensitive retrograde labeling of neurons.

     

    Di-8-ANEPPS

    From: $215 Sizes: 5 mgCatalog #: 61012

    ANEPPS dyes are fast responding membrane potential dyes (1). Biotium offers both Di-4-ANEPPS and Di-8-ANEPPS.

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    ANEPPS dyes are fast responding membrane potential dyes (1). Biotium offers both Di-4-ANEPPS and Di-8-ANEPPS.

     

    DiBAC4(3)

    From: $110 Sizes: 25 mgCatalog #: 61011

    DiBAC4(3) (Bis-(1,3-Dibarbituric acid)-trimethine oxanol) is a so-called translational membrane potential dye that redistributes within the cell membrane when membrane potential changes (1,2). The fluorescence of the dye is enhanced when the dye enters the cell membrane as a result of membrane depolarization.

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    DiBAC4(3) (Bis-(1,3-Dibarbituric acid)-trimethine oxanol) is a so-called translational membrane potential dye that redistributes within the cell membrane when membrane potential changes (1,2). The fluorescence of the dye is enhanced when the dye enters the cell membrane as a result of membrane depolarization.

     

    DiIC1(5) (1,1′-dimethyl-3,3,3′,3′-tetramethylindodicarbocyanine, iodide)

    From: $116 Sizes: 100 mgCatalog #: 70015

    The carbocyanine dye DiIC1(5) has been used to measure mitochondrial membrane potential in apoptotic cells. Loss of membrane potential in apoptotic cells is reflected by a decrease of fluorescence signal in the infrared channel.

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    The carbocyanine dye DiIC1(5) has been used to measure mitochondrial membrane potential in apoptotic cells. Loss of membrane potential in apoptotic cells is reflected by a decrease of fluorescence signal in the infrared channel.

     

    DiO/DPA Membrane Potential Detection Kit

    From: $205 Sizes: 1 kitCatalog #: 30037

    The DiO/DPA system detects cytoplasmic membrane potential changes using the principle of fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET), where DiO is a “stationary” FRET donor while DPA acts as a potentiometric FRET acceptor. The DiO/DPA system has been reported to produce a fluorescence signal change of >56% in HEK-293 cells and >25% in neuronal cultures and brain slices per 100 mV membrane potential change.

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    The DiO/DPA system detects cytoplasmic membrane potential changes using the principle of fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET), where DiO is a “stationary” FRET donor while DPA acts as a potentiometric FRET acceptor. The DiO/DPA system has been reported to produce a fluorescence signal change of >56% in HEK-293 cells and >25% in neuronal cultures and brain slices per 100 mV membrane potential change.