5(6)-Carboxy-2',7'-dichlorofluorescein

Product ID: M1239



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Description

Fluorescein analog with high fluorescence in the low pH range (pH 4-5). Useful for intracellular organelle staining of acidic vesicles.

5-(and-6)-carboxy-2',7'-dichlorofluorescein is a fluorescent pH indicator (pKa = 5.1) that retains high fluorescence intensity at the lower pH found in many acidic cellular compartments and organelles such as in the lysosome, mitochondria or phagocytic vescicles.

Technical Data
SKU M1239
CAS Number 111843-78-8
Unit Size 50mg
Alternative Names Carboxydichlorofluorescein, mixed isomers
Absorption 504nm
Emission Wavelength 529
Detection Method Fluorescence
Molecular Formula C₂₁H₁₀Cl₂O₇
Molecular Weight 445.21
Soluble In DMF, DMSO, water (neutral to high pH)
Storage Conditions Room Temperature, Protect From Light

References and Citations

References:

  • Laupeze B, Amiot L., Courtois A., Vernhet L., Drenou B., Fauchet R., Fardel O., (1999)"Use of the anionic dye carboxy-2',7'-dichlorofluorescein for sensitive flow cytometric detection of multidrug resistance-associated protein activity." Int. J. Oncol. 15:571-576.
  • Nedergaard M., Desai S., Pulsinelli W., (1990) "Dicarboxy-dichlorofluorescein: a new fluorescent probe for measuring acidic intracellular pH." Anal. Biochem. 187:109-114.
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  • Knight C.G., Stephens T., (1989) "Xanthene-dye-labelled phosphatidylethanolamines as probes of interfacial pH. Studies in phospholipid vesicles." Biochem. J. 258: 683-689.
  • Zen K., Biwersi J., Periasamy N., Verkman A.S., (1992) "Second messengers regulate endosomal acidification in Swiss 3T3 fibroblasts." J Cell Biol 119:99-110.
  • Cotrina ML, Lin JH, Alves-Rodrigues A, Liu S, Li J, Azmi-Ghadimi H, Kang J, Naus CC, Nedergaard M. (1998) "Connexins regulate calcium signaling by controlling ATP release." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 95:15735-15740.
  • Nunnally B.K., He H., Li L.C., Tucker S.A., McGown L.B. (1997) "Characterization of visible dyes for four-decay fluorescence detection in DNA sequencing." Anal. Chem. 69:2392-2397.
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