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BioLegend offers an extensive selection of antibody conjugates for flow cytometry. Many antibody clones are conjugated to a wide array of fluorophores, including the family of Brilliant Violet™ dyes, and our proprietary fluors, PE/Dazzle™ 594 and APC/Fire™ 750. With dozens of new flow cytometry products released each month, keep track of our flow cytometry product offerings using this page of product tables. Start by selecting your desired product category.
Introducing the KIRAVIA Dyes™, a brand new fluorescent chemistry to advance applications in multicolor flow cytometry and beyond. "KIRAVIA" is a coined term meaning "sparkling" in Japanese.
Bio-Rad offers a wide range of antibodies conjugated to the most commonly used fluorophores.
Brilliant Violet™ antibody conjugates, proudly co-developed by BioLegend and Sirigen, are an innovative class of novel research reagents, providing more options for your multicolor flow cytometry panels and getting you better results. Maximize the capacity of your violet laser with our large selection of directly labeled Brilliant Violet™ antibody conjugates.
Bright and stable fluorochromes for multicolor flow cytometry
To help you plan your flow cytometry experiment, we have created a new fluorophore reference guide.
On this free poster, you can find essential information for common flow cytometry fluorophores including optimal laser excitation, maximal emission and relative brightness, as well as handy tips for panel design.
Perfect as a reference guide to check fluorophore compatibility before you start your experiments.
BioLegend's Fluorescence Spectra Analyzer is useful for the analysis of excitation and emission spectra of commonly used fluorochromes for flow cytometry. This page works best in IE9 or higher, Firefox, or Chrome.
Fluorescence-based techniques are valuable tools for studying cellular structure/function and interactions of molecules in biological systems, as well as the detection and quantitation of nucleic acids and proteins via gel electrophoresis, microarrays, and fluorescence spectroscopy. These tutorials provide a basic understanding of these techniques, as well as more detailed information about spectra, filters, and flow cytometry.