Cat. No. 5119
Chemical Name: N,N'-[[3',6'-Bis(acetyloxy)-oxospiro[i
Biological ActivityCell permeable, non fluorescent compound; hydrolyzed by intracellular esterases to become fluorescent calcein in living cells. Used for monitoring cell viability, chemotaxis, cell adhesion and multidrug resistance.
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