Trypan Blue is an important stain that is applied for specifically coloring the dead tissues or cells blue. The dye possess the property of passing though the cell membrane which are not dead and hence, it is absorbed by the dead ones selectively showing them as blue colored. The most common use of Trypan Blue is in microscopy for counting the dead cells. It is also used on the laboratory mice for assessment of tissue viability. We have a large stock of this product to meet the demands of our customers.
Some features of Trypan Blue:
- Can color the dead cells to help in counting the number
- Also known as diamine blue and niagara blue
- Used in microscopy for cell counting
- Suitable for observing fungal hyphae and stramenopiles.
|C.I.No. ||23850 |
|Common Name ||Trypan Blue |
|Solubility ||Water Soluble |
|Chemical Formula ||C34H23N6O14S4Na4 |
|Molecular Weight ||960.82 gm/mole |
|Absorption Max ||608-610 nm |
|Absorptivity (A1%/1cm.) ||> 600 |
|Dye Content ||>60%|