Invitrogen™

TO-PRO™3 Ready Flow™ Reagent

Catalog number: R37170
Invitrogen™

TO-PRO™3 Ready Flow™ Reagent

Catalog number: R37170
Catalog Number
R37170
Unit Size
120 assays
Price (USD)
Price: 365.00
Online price: 350.65
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R37170120 assays
Price: 365.00
Online price: 350.65
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TO-PRO™3 Ready Flow™ Reagent is a bright and easy-to-use nucleic acid stain for distinguishing dead cells from live cells in flow cytometry assays. This dye has excitation/emission maxima of 642/661 nm, similar to Alexa Fluor™ 647 or allophycocyanin (APC).

• Stable at room temperature
• Convenient, ready-to-use format—no need to dilute, weigh, or pipette
• Rapid staining of dead cells without wash steps

TO-PRO 3 Ready Flow Reagent is a ready-to-use, direct-to-sample dead-cell stain that emits red fluorescence when bound to DNA. Add 2 drops form the dropper bottle directly into 1 x 106 cells, incubate, and analyze.

TO-PRO 3 Ready Flow Reagent is membrane impermeant and therefore excluded from viable cells. It binds selectively to double-stranded DNA. This dye has excitation/emission maxima of 642/661 nm.

Specifications

Cell Permeability
Impermeant
Color
Far-Red
Description
TO-PRO™3 Ready Flow™ Reagent
Detection Method
Fluorescence
For Use With (Application)
Viability Assay
For Use With (Equipment)
Flow Cytometer
Product Type
Reagent
Dye Type
Cell-Impermeant
Emission
661 nm
Excitation Wavelength Range
642 nm
Form
Solution
Format
Bottle(s)
Product Line
Ready Flow™, TO-PRO™3
Quantity
120 Assays
Solubility
DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxide)
Sub Cellular Localization
Nucleus

Contents & Storage

Includes 2 dropper bottles, store at room temperature.

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