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Oxonol VI - ANA84704 - 100 mg - AnaSpec - reagents & kit components

Oxonol VI
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Size: 100 mg
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ANA84704
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Oxonol VI
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Oxonol VI is used as an optical indicator for membrane potentials in lipid vesicles. Oxonol VI is a sensitive slow-response membrane potential probe whose magnitude of optical response is much larger than that of faster response probes (Oxonol V). The fluorescence of Oxonol VI decreases upon membrane hyperpolarization. In general, slow response probes are suitable for detecting changes in average membrane potentials of nonexcitable cells caused by respiratory activity, ion-channel permeability, drug binding and other factors.

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Product Type:
Reagents & Kit Components
Alternative Names:
[Bis-(3-propyl-5-oxoisoxazol-4-yl)pentamethine oxonol]
Storage Temp:
-20°C desiccated and protected from light
Molecular Weight:
316.4
Reference:
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UNSPSC Code:
12352200
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