We have applied our 30 years of fluorescence experience to the development of ready-to-use reagents that facilitate several of the procedures required for today’s cell biology research. The first set of these ReadyProbes™ reagents and kits addresses core fluorescence imaging needs. ReadyProbes™ reagents are formulated for maximum convenience, without sacrificing any of their optical or physicochemical properties. These reagents are provided with concise protocols and user-friendly packaging that includes recyclable, recycled, and sustainable materials where possible.
Get mild fixation and permeabilization without altering cells’ scatter characteristics for improved intracellular marker identification using flow cytometry.
Achieve the best possible results with flow cytometry staining buffers, cell lysis and preservation solutions, and magnetic bead–based cell isolation products.
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Find technical help for your neuronal neuroscience experiments from labeling advice to improving your neuron stain.
Learn More Preparing Fixed Cells for Labeling
Fixing cells has its advantages (and disadvantages) in fluorescence imaging. Learn whether fixation and permeabilization are right for your experiment.
Learn More Peroxisomes
Find Molecular Probes® fluorescent reagents and antibody conjugates for staining peroxisomes in live and fixed cells.
Learn More Secondary Antibodies
Secondary antibodies significant advantages are increased sensitivity through the signal amplification and greater flexibility in labeling and detection options.
Learn More Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
Find Molecular Probes® fluorescent reagents and antibody conjugates for staining endoplasmic reticulum (ER) in live and fixed cells.
Learn More Immunohistochemistry (IHC)
Immunohistochemistry critical procedural adjustments that will help ensure you achieve publication-quality results in five steps.
Learn More Cell Lysis and Preservation Solutions
Cal-Lyse solution is designed for the efficient lysis of erythrocytes from whole blood samples prior to analysis by flow cytometry.
Learn More Fluorescent Secondary Antibodies
Fluorescent-dye conjugated secondary antibodies provide a much needed tool for identifying proteins in many applications including fluorescent cell imaging, western blotting, immunohistochemistry and more.
Application note demonstrating the quantitation of proliferating cells in a population using a fluorescence assay and a digital microscope.
Learn More Immunohistochemistry vs Immunocytochemistry
A review of the similarities and differences in the tissue source, sample preparation and antigen labeling between immunohistochemistry (IHC) and immunocytochemistry (ICC).
Study macroautophagy with Premo fluorescent-based sensors
Learn More Fluorescein (FITC)
See the characteristics of fluorescein and the range of antibody conjugates, kits, and other products related to this fluorophore.