Acridine Orange (C.I. 46005)
Acridine orange is a metachromatic fluorescent cationic dye that permeates the cell membrane and intercalates DNA and RNA. It allows for visual detection of nucleic acids on agarose and polyacrylamide gels.
Acridine Orange, a cell-permeable metachromatic fluorescent cationic dye that intercalates DNA and RNA, is used in fluorescence and epiflouresence microscopy. Acridine Orange dye has been used to analyze mitochondria and lysosomal content by flow cytometry, characterize multidrug resistance, and measure changes in mitochondrial mass during apoptosis in rat thymocytes.
Dyes, Stains & Indicators
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|Formula||C17H20ClN3 · HCl · 1/2ZnCl2|
|Purity||Extinction Coefficient E(489 to 495nm) > 38000 E(285 to 291nm) > 18000 E(265 to 271nm) > 38000|
|Appearance||reddish brown powder|
|Storage Conditions||Room temperature|
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