Marker Gene Technologies, Inc. provides a variety of fluorescent and specialty lipids for use in Cell Biology and Enzymology applications.

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  1. N-(NBD-Aminohexanoyl) sphingosine

    N-(NBD-Aminohexanoyl) sphingosine


    Fluorescent membrane probe. This C6-NBD-ceramide analog is used to detect, at the cellular level, a variety of lysosomal storage diseases as well as intracellular distribution and transport of the labeled sphingolipid molecules in living cells. Learn More
  2. MarkerGene™ Membrane Fluidity Kit

    MarkerGene™ Membrane Fluidity Kit


    This kit allows quantitative monitoring of membrane fluidity in cell membranes, micelles, and vesicles through use of a lipophilic pyrene probe. Learn More
  3. 1-Pyrenedecanoic acid (PDA)

    1-Pyrenedecanoic acid (PDA)


    Fluorescent lipid analog that can be used to label membranes in vivo and to measure membrane fluidity. Learn More
  4. Pyrene N-hexadecylsulfonamide

    Pyrene N-hexadecylsulfonamide


    Polar, neutral, blue-fluorescent probe for labeling of membranes in vivo. Learn More
  5. 2-Chloro-4-nitrophenyl-β-D-cellobioside



    This chromogenic substrate for cellulase activity can be used in biofuels research. Learn More
  6. 5-(Octadecanoylamino)fluorescein



    Amphiphilic fluorescent probe useful in monitoring membrane lipid behavior and fluorescence resonance energy transfer applications. Learn More
  7. C12-NBD, free acid  (12-(7-Nitrobenzofurazan-4-ylamino)dodecanoic acid)

    C12-NBD, free acid (12-(7-Nitrobenzofurazan-4-ylamino)dodecanoic acid)


    Useful fluorescent probe for fatty acid and carrier protein binding sites. Learn More
  8. N,N,N-Trimethyl-4-(6-phenyl-1,3,5-hexatrien-1-yl)phenylammonium p-toluenesulfonate

    N,N,N-Trimethyl-4-(6-phenyl-1,3,5-hexatrien-1-yl)phenylammonium p-toluenesulfonate


    Fluorescent probe for membrane fluidity measurements. Especially useful in the study of monolayer dynamics of lipoproteins and similar analogous systems. Learn More

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