|GC3007-01||HYDROP™||30 nmol×3||$ 398.00|
HYDROP is a fluorescent probe for specific detection of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). It has low reactivity with other reactive oxygen species (ROS). HYDROP is used for live cell imaging. HYDROP-EX is for detection and quantification of hydrogen peroxide in solutions.
- It fluoresces upon reaction with H2O2, but does not react with other ROS such as hydroxyradical (・OH), superoxide (O2－・), hypochlorous acid (HOCl), singlet oxygen (1O2), and nitric oxide (・NO).
- Cell-permeable HYDROP is a diacetylated form of HYDROP-EX. Initially, HYDROP has low reactivity with H2O2 but it is quickly hydrolyzed by intracellular esterases to generate reactive and cell impermeable HYDROP-EX. Thus generated HYDROP-EX retains within a cell and fluoresces upon reaction with H2O2.
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Refer the Application Note of HYDROP-EX for the detailed reactivity data.
An increase of H2O2 was observed after induction of autophagy to HeLa cells by starvation (top). In contrast, addition of antioxidant (N-acetyl cysteine, NAC) decreases the production of H2O2(bottom).
Refer the Applicaiton Note of HYDROP for the details of the observation and other example applications.
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