Annexin V-FITC Kit

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The TACS® Annexin V-FITC Kit allows rapid, specific, and quantitative identification of apoptosis in individual cells when using flow cytometry.

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Available Size(s): 125 Samples, 250 Samples Catalog Number: 4830-01-K Category:

Description

Annexin V is a calcium-dependent phospholipid binding protein that can be used to bind Phosphatidylserine(PS) during an early apoptosis event where the PS becomes exposed at the cell surface.

The Annexin V-FITC Kit is supplied with an optimized Binding Buffer and propidium iodide. Propidium iodide may be used on unfixed samples to determine the population of cells that have lost membrane integrity, allowing discrimination between apoptotic and necrotic (or late apoptotic) cells.

Protocol(s)

part of 4830 kit(s)

protocol_4830&35-01&250-K

Material Safety Data Sheet(s)

msds_4830-01-1 Annexin V-FITC

msds_4830-250-1 Annexin V-FITC

msds_4830-01-2 10X Binding Buffer

msds_4830-250-2 10X Binding Buffer

msds_4830-01-3 10X Propidium Iodide

msds_4830-250-3 10X Propidium Iodide

Catalog # 4830-250-K includes :
Catalog Number Description Qty
4830-01-1 Annexin V FITC 2
4830-01-2 10X Binding Buffer 2
4830-01-3 Propidium Iodide 2
Catalog # 4830-01-K includes :
Catalog Number Description Qty
4830-01-1 Annexin V FITC 1
4830-01-2 10X Binding Buffer 1
4830-01-3 Propidium Iodide 1

 

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