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LifeAct Actin Visualization There are 6 products.

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  • An actin marker for the visualization of F-actin in living cells after plasmid transfection Brilliant visualization of F-actin in living cells - perfect imaging of cytoskeletal organization and cellular dynamics No interference with cytoskeletal dynamics - unrestricted actin functionality Excellent signal-to-noise ratio Long-term actin staining with...

  • An actin marker for the visualization of F-actin in living cells after adenoviral transduction, especially for difficult-to-transfect cells (e.g., primary cells) Brilliant visualization of F-actin in live cell imaging - perfect imaging of cytoskeletal organization and cellular dynamics No interference with cytoskeletal dynamics - unrestricted actin...

  • An actin marker used to visualize F-actin in living cells after lentiviral transduction. Especially suited for the generation of stable cell lines. Brilliant visualization of F-actin in live cell imaging - perfect imaging of cytoskeletal organization and cellular dynamics No interference with cytoskeletal dynamics - unrestricted actin functionality...

  • A stable LifeAct-TagGFP2 expressing human fibrosarcoma cell line Long-term actin visualization - 25 passages guaranteed Characteristics proven to be identical to the parental HT-1080 cell line LifeAct technology guarantees no interference with cytoskeletal dynamics

  • An open µ-Slide (chambered coverslip) with 8 wells for use in immunofluorescence and high-end microscopy All-in-one chamber slide reduces the number of experimental steps in immunofluorescence protocols Observation of the sample through the coverslip-like bottom using high resolution microscopy Fast and easy sample preparation: No coverslips, no leakage...

  • A 6 channel μ-Slide suitable for flow experiments and for immunofluorescence assays All-in-one chamber that simplifies immunofluorescence protocols Homogeneous cell distribution over the channel surface, regardless of handling practices Cost-effective experiments with small numbers of cells and low volumes of reagents

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