Invitrogen Molecular Probes ACMA (9-Amino-6-Chloro-2-Methoxyacridine)
DNA intercalator that selective binds to poly (d(A-T))
Manufacturer: Invitrogen A1324
Excitation of the ACMA-DNA complex (excitation/emission maxima ~419/483nm) is possible with most UV-light sources, making it compatible for use with both shorter- and longer-wavelength dyes. ACMA also apparently binds to membranes in the energized state and becomes quenched if a pH gradient forms. It has been extensively employed to follow cation and anion movement across membranes and to study the proton-pumping activity of various membrane-bound ATPases.
Cell Analysis, Cell Structure, Cell Viability, Proliferation & Function, Cellular Imaging, Immunofluorescence (IF), Ionic Homeostasis & Signaling, Nucleus, Nucleoli & Nuclear Envelope, pH Detection
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|Cell Membranes, Lipids, Nucleus|
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