Informational:Informational:New, second-generation pHrodo dyes are more soluble and reactive - ideal for antibody labeling.
Invitrogen™

pHrodo™ Red, succinimidyl ester (pHrodo™ Red, SE)

Catalog number: P36600
Invitrogen™

pHrodo™ Red, succinimidyl ester (pHrodo™ Red, SE)

Catalog number: P36600
Catalog Number
P36600
Unit Size
1 mg
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New pH-sensitive pHrodo™ Red dye conjugates give faster and more accurate results than any other phagocytosis assay

pHrodo™ Red dye conjugates are non-fluorescent outside the cell, but fluoresce brightly red in phagosomes

Get faster staining and more accurate results - without the need for wash steps or quencher dye

• Specific detection of phagocytosis and endocytosis
• Reduced signal variability and improved timing in sensitive experiments
• Multiplex with green dyes such as GFP, Fluo-4, or calcein

The fluorescence of the novel pHrodo™ Red dye dramatically increases as pH decreases from neutral to the acidic, making it an ideal tool to study phagocytosis and its regulation by drugs and/or environmental factors. The lack of fluorescence outside the cell eliminates the need for wash steps and quencher dyes.

Use the ready-made pHrodo™ Red E.coli BioParticles™ conjugates in imaging or flow applications, or pHrodo™ Red SE, the activated succinimidyl ester, for labeling microorganisms or proteins of your choice.

Consult user Manual for solubility instructions.

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

Specifications

Quantity
1 mg
Product Type
Succinimidyl Ester
Molecular Weight (g/mol)
∼650
Chemical Reactivity
Amine
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
Reactive Moiety
Active Ester, Succinimidyl Ester
Label or Dye
pHrodo™ Red
Label Type
Classic Dyes
Color
Red
Product Line
pHrodo™
Emission
587 nm
Excitation
560 nm

Contents & Storage

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

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