The PE-eFluor 610 dye is a high-performance tandem fluorophore designed for use with flow cytometers equipped with blue (488 nm), green (532 nm), or yellow-green (561 nm) laser. It has a peak emission of 607 nm that can be detected using typical filters for PE-Texas Red dye, such as a 610/20 bandpass filter.
Benefits of PE-eFluor 610 include
- Brighter than PE-Texas Red dye antibody conjugates
- Reduced compensation out of other far-red channels
- Stable performance when treated with formaldehyde fixation or exposed to ambient light
PE-eFluor 610 dye dashboard
PE-eFluor 610 dye is brighter than PE-Texas Red dye. Normal human peripheral blood cells were stained with CD3 conjugated to PE-eFluor 610 dye (clone UCHT1) (dark orange line) or PE-Texas Red dye (light orange line).
Photostability of PE-eFluor 610 dye. Normal human peripheral blood cells were stained with Anti-CD3 PE-eFluor 610 (clone UCHT1). Cells were then washed and incubated for six hours at 4°C in the dark (red line), at room temperature in ambient light (blue line), or at room temperature on the windowsill (orange line).
PE-eFluor 610 dye products
We offer PE-eFluor 610 dye conjugated to primary antibodies for use in flow cytometry.
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Primary antibodies to match your cytometer's lasers
To support your multicolor flow cytometry experiments, our antibody portfolios include a variety of dyes with compatibility to all commonly used flow cytometry lasers.
Plot and compare spectra and check the spectral compatibility for common fluorophores including all of the fluorescent probes from Thermo Fisher Scientific. The Fluorescence SpectraViewer tool is formatted for both microscope imaging and flow cytometry applications.
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