From Yan et al. 2012 (1) Fig. 2B: Guinea pig heart optical mapping using ElectroFluor560TM. Normalized fluorescence intensity maps of Vm at seven progressive time points during ventricular fibrillation.
Structure and Spectra of ElectroFluor560TM
- Absorbance, emission peaks in multilamellar lipid vesicles (MLVs) shown above: 465 nm, 638 nm.
- Spectra available in the Semrock SearchLight spectra viewer
- Absorbance, emission peaks in ethanol: 506 nm, 600 nm.
- Recommended single excitation wavelength: 560 nm (more on excitation wavelengths).
- Compatible with ratiometric voltage imaging
- Recommended filters: Semrock filters from AVR-Optics (more on filter selection)
- Excitation (if necessary): FF01-562/40
- Long-pass dichroic: FF593-Di03
- Long-pass emission: FF01-593/LP
- MW: 697.58 g/mol
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1. Yan, P., C. D. Acker, W. L. Zhou, P. Lee, C. Bollensdorff, A. Negrean, J. Lotti, L. Sacconi, S. D. Antic, P. Kohl, H. D. Mansvelder, F. S. Pavone, and L. M. Loew. 2012. Palette of fluorinated voltage-sensitive hemicyanine dyes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Pubmed