Mitochondria

Probes for Mitochondria Mitochondria are a distinctive, membrane-bound organelle present within all eukaryotic cells. As the primary site of ATP Read More...

Exosome Research

What are exosomes? Extracellular vesicles (EVs) 30 – 200 nm in size were once thought to be natural cellular debris; Read More...

Dyes by Functional Group

Fluorescent dyes are widely used for biological detection. They are generally consistent of two moieties, i.e., the fluorophore as Tag, Read More...

Classic Dyes

Fluorescence is the result of a three-stage process that occurs in certain molecules (generally polyaromatic hydrocarbons or heterocycles) called fluorophores Read More...

mFluor Dyes and Kits

Live/Dead cell analysis using Annexin V-mFluor™ 450 conjugate mFluor™ dyes are a series of superior fluorescent labeling dyes that span Read More...

iFluor Dyes and Kits

AAT Bioquest iFluor™ dyes are a series of highly water-soluble fluorescent dyes for covalent labeling of biomolecules, such as proteins Read More...

Dye to Nucleic Acid Conjugation

Dye to nucleic acid conjugation is a chemical strategy to couple one or more fluorescent dyes onto an oligonucleotide molecule, Read More...

Necrosis

What is necrosis Necrosis is an acute and severe response leading to the premature death of cells consequently damaging nearby Read More...

Autophagy

What is Autophagy? Autophagy (namely self-eating) is a highly conserved process for disassembling intracellular excess and dysfunctional components such as Read More...

Apoptosis

What is Apoptosis Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death that occurs in multicellular organisms and has multiple functions Read More...

WNT Pathways

What is the Wnt Pathway? The Wnt pathway is a highly conserved signally pathway regulated by a series of Wnt Read More...

Amplite™ Dyes and Kits

The Amplite™ product series is composed of enzyme-based substrates and assays optimized for measuring horseradish peroxidase (HRP), luciferase, phosphodiesterases, proteases, Read More...