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Hoechst 33342, Trihydrochloride, Trihydrate, 100 mg

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Description

Hoechst 33342 nucleic acid stain is a popular cell-permeant nuclear counterstain that emits blue fluorescence when bound to dsDNA. This dye is often used to distinguish condensed pycnotic nuclei in apoptotic cells and for cell cycle studies in combination with BrdU. It is also available in solution (H-3570).

Also available as a room-temperature-stable, ready-to-use solution: NucBlue Live Cell Ready Probes Reagent.
See other Ready Probes ready-to-use imaging reagents and accessories ›

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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Specifications

Excitation/Emission: 350⁄461
Form: Solid
Label or Dye: Hoechst 33342
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature
Sub Cellular Localization: Nucleus, Nucleic Acids
Detection Method: Fluorescent
For Use With (Equipment): Fluorescence Microscope
Quantity: 100mg
Color: Blue
Cell Permeability: Cell-Permeant

Contents & storage

Store at room temperature and protect from light.