Creating New fluorescent probes by Chemical Biology. Kyoto probe 1 (KP-1), chemical probe able to distinguish human iPS/ES cells from differentiated cells. [Hypoxia detection probe] MAR [Fluorescence probe for super-resolution live imaging] HMSiR NO PROBE, NO DISCOVERY. For detecting cancer in living cell
ProteoGREEN(TM)-gGlu
Cancer cells specific
High S/N ratio
GGT (γ-glutamyltranspeptidase)-activatable fluorescent probe Visualization of -galactosidase
GlycoYELLOW(TM)-βGal
Usable for Live Cell Imaging
High sensitivity
High retention ability in cell pH probe for labeling protein and nucleic acid
AcidiFluor ORANGE(TM)-NHS
Just mixing
High S/N ratio
High responsivity after labeled to protein pH probe for acidic organelle imaging
AcidiFluor ORANGE(TM)
High S/N Ratio
Orange Color Fluorescence and Usable for Multicolor Imaging
Great Photostability

  • Kyoto probe 1 (KP-1), chemical probe able to distinguish human iPS/ES cells from differentiated cells.

  • [Hypoxia detection probe] MAR

  • [Fluorescence probe for super-resolution live imaging] HMSiR

  • DAF Series
NO Fluor™Series
For detecting Nitric Oxide

  • HPF, APF Series
ROS Fluor™Series
For detecting Reactive Oxygen Species

  • Free iron(Ⅱ)ions
FeRhonox™-1
for live cell imaging

  • Near Infrared Red dye
IndoCyanine Green series
for in vivo imaging

  • [Cancer cell imaging probe]
ProteGREEN(TM)-gGlu
For detecting cancer in living cell

  • [Visualization of β-galactosidase]
GlycoYELLOW(TM)-βGal
For gene analysis of lacZ in 'live' cell

  • AcidiFluor ORANGE(TM)-NHS
pH probe for labeling protein andnucleic acid

  • pH probe AcidiFluor ORANGE(TM)
pH probe for Acidic Organelle Imaging

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