Definitions

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  • n. A fluorescent dye related to fluorescein and having the chemical formula C30H26N2O13; used in some contexts as a calcium indicator

Etymologies

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Blend of calcium and fluorescein

Examples

  • (B) Fluorescent micrographs showing a higher number of calcein-labelled surfaces in

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  • Likewise, when we looked at the sections by fluorescence microscopy we observed that the number of calcein-labelled surfaces, as well as the distance between calcein labelling fronts was dramatically reduced in

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  • (C) Fluorescent micrographs showing that overall calcein labeling is reduced in vertebral bodies of 6 weeks old female

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  • Before their skeletal analysis all mice received two injections of calcein (9 and 2 days before sacrifice).

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  • The researchers have demonstrated that they could get the small molecule calcein, the bovine serum albumin protein and plasmid DNA through the cell membranes of human prostate cancer cells and rat gliosarcoma cells using this technique.

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  • Here visualised by transfer of calcein into surrounding neural cells-turning them green.

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  • The polyanionic calcein dye is well retained within live cells, producing an intense uniform green fluorescence (excitation / emission ~495 nm / 515 nm).

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  • Viability of iron-labeled monocytes was assessed using a live / dead assay with calcein-AM and ethidium homodimer-1 (EthD1) (C).

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  • After a 25 minute exposure with calcein-AM and ethidium homodimer-1 (EthD1), human monocyte viability was consistently >

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  • Iron labeled monocytes were incubated with a mixture of 0.5 µM of ethidium homodimer-1 with 1 µM of calcein AM at 37°C under humidified atmosphere for 25 minutes.

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