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Calcein, AM UltraPure Grade - 1 mg

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Calcein, AM is widely used for determining cell viability. In living cells the non-fluorescent calcein, AM is hydrolyzed by intracellular esterases into the strongly green fluorescent anion calcein. The fluorescent calcein is well-retained in the cytoplasm in live cells.

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