Invitrogen PS-Speck Microscope Point Source Kit (blue, green, orange & deep-red fluorescent beads)
Contains four different fluorescence microsphere colors
Manufacturer: Invitrogen P7220
Each microsphere has a diameter of 0.175 ±0.005µm. This exceptionally small diameter coefficient of variation makes the PS-Speck microspheres ideal as uniform, subresolution fluorescent point sources for calibrating instrument optics, especially in three-dimensional imaging applications.
- Four ready-to-use 1mL suspensions contain bright, monodisperse microspheres with excitation/emission wavelengths of 360/440nm (blue), 505/515nm (green), 540/560nm (orange) and 633/660nm (deep red)
- Includes mounting protocol for user's convenience and sufficient mounting medium to prepare about 100 slides of each
Cell Analysis, Cell Cycle, Cell Viability, Proliferation and Function, Cellular Imaging, Immunofluorescence (IF)
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Shipping Condition: Room temperature
|Optic Calibration, Fluorescence Microscope Calibration|
|Store in refrigerator (2–8°C) and protect from light.|
|Orange, Deep Red, Blue, Green|
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