VNIRTM DNA minor is a red-emitting turn-on fluroscent probe used to detect to dsDNA rich in A-T base pairs. The probe is very specific to dsDNA and does not fluoresce in the presence of G-C rich sequences and, ssDNA, RNA and proteins. The probe can be used in multiple applications including DNA recognition, nuclear staining, and cell cycle analysis.
|Concentration||200µM in DMSO|
|Appearance||Purple to red solution|
|Spectral property||Excitation: 643nm, Emission: 700nm [DNA bound]|
|Storage conditions||-20°C (protect from light)|
|References||Please let us know if you publish your research using VNIRTM Mito DNA. We can cite your reference here.|