Invitrogen™ Hoechst 33342, Trihydrochloride, Trihydrate, 100 mg
Nucleic acid stain
Manufacturer: Invitrogen™ H1399
Hoechst 33342 is a popular cell-permeant nuclear counterstain that emits blue fluorescence when bound to dsDNA. This dye is often used to distinguish condensed pycnotic nuclei in apoptotic cells and for cell cycle studies in combination with BrdU. It is also available in solution (H-3570).
Apoptosis, Cell Analysis, Cell Cycle, Cell Proliferation, Cell Structure, Cell Tracing & Tracking, Cell Viability & Cytotoxicity, Cell Viability, Proliferation & Function, Cellular Imaging, Chromatin Biology, DNA Fragmentation, Flow Cytometry, Flow Cytometry Apoptosis Assays, Flow Cytometry Cell Cycle Assays, Flow Cytometry Staining by Cell Structure, Flow Cytometry Viability & Cytotoxicity Assays, Flow Cytometry of Cellular Processes, Immunofluorescence (IF), Immunofluorescence Counterstaining, Mounting & Fade Prevention, Immunofluorescence Staining & Detection, Nucleus, Nucleoli & Nuclear Envelope, Organelle Tracing, RNAi, Epigenetics & Non-Coding RNA Research
|Nucleic Acid Stain|
|Nucleus, Nucleic Acids|