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NBD C6-Ceramide Complexed to BSA

Catalog number:  N22651

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Description

NBD C6-ceramide can be used to study sphingolipid transport and metabolism mechanisms. It is also used as a selective stain for the Golgi apparatus in live and fixed cells. Complexing fluorescent lipids with bovine serum albuin (BSA) facilitates cell labeling by eliminating the need for organic solvents to dissolve the lipophilic probe - the BSA-complexed probe can be directly dissolved in water. The environment sensitive NBD dye is weakly fluorescent in water but increases in aprotic solvents and other nonpolar environments with excitation/emission maxima ~466/536 nm.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Reagent Type: Sphingolipids
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature
Label Type: Other Label(s) or Dye(s)

Contents & storage

Store in freezer (-5 to -30°C) and protect from light.