Structure and Spectra of Di-4-ANBDQBS

Structure of Di-4-ANBDQBS, Potentiometric Probes
Spectra of Di-4-ANBDQBS in MLVs
  • Absorbance, emission peaks in multilamellar lipid vesicles (MLVs) shown above: 531 nm, 722 nm.
  • Absorbance, emission peaks in ethanol: 572 nm, no fluorescence.
  • Recommended excitation range: 620-660 nm (click here for more on how to choose the wavelength).
  • MW: 570.78 g/mol
  • Other names: JPW-6033

Unique Packaging for Convenience and Reliability

  • Pre-dried aliquots (solid, solvent removed)
  • Quantity: 100 nmol / tube (57 μg)
  • 2.0-mL free standing polypropylene tubes
    • Sealed cap
    • Individually labeled
    • Bagged with desiccant
Voltage-sensitive dye Di-4-ANBDQBS packaging

Order information

  • Dye is available through our partnership with Cytocybernetics
  • Contact admin@cytocybernetics.com for a quote
  • Minimum order: 10. Price break: 100 tubes
  • Shipping not included
  • Other quantities and formats available upon request
  • Inquire about “Academic Discount” for academic researchers


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