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Annexin V-EGFP Reagent

based on 8 citations in multiple journalsAnnexin V-EGFP Reagent84.1 4
EGFP conjugated Annexin V for detection of apoptosis through fluorescence microscopy or by flow cytometry
Catalog #: 1004
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1004-200 200 assays
1004-1000 1000 assays
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Product Details

Highlights • Detection method- flow cytometry (Ex/ Em- 488 /530 nm) using FITC signal detector (usually FL1) and fluorescence microscopy
• Sample- Cell culture
• Simple, easy to use and convenient
Storage Conditions 4°C
Shipping Conditions Gel Pack
USAGE For Research Use Only! Not For Use in Humans.


The bright and photo-stable reagent for detecting early stages of apoptosis. During apoptosis, phosphatidylserine (PS) is translocated from the cytoplasmic face of the plasma membrane to the cell surface. Annexin V has a strong, Ca²ᶧ -dependent affinity for PS and therefore serves as a probe for detecting apoptosis. The annexin V-EGFP fusion is brighter and photo-stable, ideal for detecting apoptosis by fluorescence microscopy with a FITC filter or by flow cytometry.

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