Invitrogen™

HCS LipidTOX™ Phospholipidosis and Steatosis Detection Kit, for high-content screening, for cellular imaging

Catalog number: H34158
Invitrogen™

HCS LipidTOX™ Phospholipidosis and Steatosis Detection Kit, for high-content screening, for cellular imaging

Catalog number: H34158
Catalog Number
H34158
Unit Size
1,200 assays
Price (USD)
774.00
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HCS LipidTOX™ Phospholipidosis and Steatosis Detection Kit offers a complete set of reagents for performing image-based high-content screening (HCS) assays to characterize phospolipidosis and steatosis, toxic side effects on lipid metabolism that can be triggered by drugs or other compounds. The kit supplies LipidTOX™ Red phospholipid stain and LipidTOX™ Green neutral lipid stain, which can be used sequentially for the analysis of phospholipidosis and steatosis, respectively, or can be used in isolation for single-parameter analysis. Both fluorescent probes can be easily detected with fluorescence microscopes and can be quantified with stand-alone image analysis software or the built-in image analysis software of most HCS readers. In addition to the phospholipid and neutral lipid stains, this kit supplies the nuclear stain Hoechst 33342, propranolol and cyclosporin A (control compounds), and DMSO. Sufficient reagents are supplied for 2, 96-well plates (H34157) or 10, 96-well plates (H34158).
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Specifications

Detection Method
Fluorescent
Dye Type
Other Label(s) or Dye(s)
Format
96-well plate
Product Line
LipidTOX™, Molecular Probes™
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
For Use With (Equipment)
High Content Instrument

Contents & Storage

When stored at -20°C, desiccated, and protected from light, the kit is stable for at least 6 months.

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