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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.
"KIRAVIA" is a coined term meaning "sparkling" in Japanese. KIRAVIA Blue 520™ is the first in a new family of fluorophores. This class of dyes employs a unique organic backbone that separates fluorophores to minimize quenching effects, thus allowing optimal and higher fluorophore to protein (F:P) ratios, surpassing what is possible with direct conjugations of single fluorophore like FITC.