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Rhodamine Phalloidin Invitrogen™

Rhodamine phalloidin is a high-affinity F-actin probe conjugated to the red-orange fluorescent dye, tetramethylrhodamine (TRITC). Also available as a room-temperature-stable, ready-to-use solution: ActinRed 555 Ready Probes Reagent.

Dextran, Alexa Fluor™ 555; 10,000 MW, Anionic, Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Oregon Green™ 488; 10,000 MW, Anionic, Lysine Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Texas Red™, 70,000 MW, Lysine Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Amphipol A8-35 Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Scientific Amphipol A8-35 is an amphipathic polymer ideally suited to improve solubilization and stabilization of membrane proteins while maintaining structural integrity and activity. Features of Amphipol A8-35 include: • Detergent-free substitute to extract and stabilize membrane proteins...

pHrodo™ Red Dextran, 10,000 MW, for Endocytosis Invitrogen™

pHrodo® Red dextran is a superior alternative to other fluorescent dextran conjugates (e.g., BCECF and tetramethylrhodamine [TRITC]) for live-cell imaging of endocytosis, the process whereby the plasma membrane buds to form membrane bound vesicles, endosomes, which are then trafficked to various...

Dextran, Alexa Fluor™ 546; 10,000 MW, Anionic, Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Tetramethylrhodamine and biotin, 10,000 MW, Lysine Fixable (mini-Ruby) Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Alexa Fluor™ 680; 10,000 MW, Anionic, Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Oregon Green™ 514; 70,000 MW, Anionic Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Tetramethylrhodamine, 10,000 MW, Anionic, Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Biotin, 10,000 MW, Lysine Fixable (BDA-10,000) Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Amino, 10,000 MW Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Alexa Fluor™ 647; 10,000 MW, Anionic, Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.

Dextran, Texas Red™, 10,000 MW, Lysine Fixable Invitrogen™

Labeled dextrans are hydrophilic polysaccharides most commonly used in microscopy studies to monitor cell division, track the movement of live cells, and to report the hydrodynamic properties of the cytoplasmic matrix. The labeled dextran is commonly introduced into the cells via microinjection.
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