Product ID: M1441
Lipophilic dye that stains intracellular lipid droplets to produce a bright red fluorescence in live cells.
|Alternative Names||Nile Blue A Oxazone|
|Soluble In||CHCl3, DMSO|
|Storage Conditions||Room Temperature, Protect From Light|
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