Fluorescent Liposome DiO

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  • Published date: December 30, 2020
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Fluorescent Liposome DiO incorporates a lipophilic dye inside its membrane, which is insoluble in water. Its fluorescence is easily detected when incorporated into membranes. DiO covers a wide range of excitation and emission wavelengths from 300s to 900s. DiO has fluorescence excitation and emission maxima separated by about 65 nm, facilitating two-color labeling. DiO belongs to the dialkylcarbocyanines family of compounds. They have extremely high extinction coefficients, moderate fluorescence quantum yields and short excited state lifetimes in lipid environments (~1 ns).
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