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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.
Invitrogen Molecular Probes fluorescence reagents are among the most peer-referenced in all of life science research. Trusted Molecular Probes product lines, including Alexa Fluor™, SYTOX, and Click-iT, empower scientists working in cell biology, genetic analysis, protein biology, and cell engineering to make the discoveries that advance our understanding today and catalyze the research goals of tomorrow.
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.
This guide provides a general overview of each fluorochrome in our range including their properties, excitation and emission wavelengths and common applications.
With every company having its own special branding and trademarks, it can be hard to tell what flurophores can be used in the same channel. Our Fluorophore Equivalency Tool will help you find BioLegend’s equivalent fluorophores compared to other commercially available fluorophores. Simply select the name of a competitor's fluorophore from the dropdown menu to see BioLegend's equivalents.
Bio-Rad offers a wide range of antibodies conjugated to the most commonly used fluorophores.
Bright and stable fluorochromes for multicolor flow cytometry
Bio-Rad offers a wide range of antibodies conjugated to the most commonly used fluorophores. In addition to FITC, PE and APC, we also offer Alexa Fluor and DyLight conjugates in an array of colors, both with outstanding spectral properties, suitable for use in flow cytometry, fluorescence microscopy, and fluorescent western blotting.
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.