Dyes similar to MemBrite Fix ST 681/698 based on emissionAlexa Fluor 660 Alexa Fluor 680 APC-Alexa 680 APC-Cy5.5 APC-R700 ATTO 680 BB700 CF680 CF680R CF680ST CF680T CoraLite 680R Cy5.5 DRAQ 9 FVS700 Ghost Dye Red 710 iFluor 680 IFP 1.4 IRDye 680LT IRDye 680RD iRFP 702 MemBrite Fix 680/700 MitoLite NIR FX690 NeuroVue Burgundy NovaFluor Red 700 NovaFluor Yellow 690 NovaFluor Yellow 700 Oyster 680 PE-Cy5.5 PE-Fire 700 PerCP-Cy5.5 PerCP-Vio700 Qdot 705 ReadiLink 680-701 RedDot 1 RedDot 2 redFluor 710 Seta-680-NHS Seta-APC-705 SeTau-647-di-NHS SeTau-647-NHS SeTau-670-NHS SeTau-680-NHS StarBright Blue 700 SuperBright 702 SureLight PE Cyanine 5.5 SureLight PerCP Cyanine 5.5
About MemBrite Fix ST 681/698
Biotium’s MemBrite Fix and Membrite Fix-ST dyes are cell surface staining dyes that irreversibly react with cell surface proteins to stain the outer membrane. A great benefit to these dyes is that MemBrite Fix dyes can withstand fixation and permeabilization which allows extracellular staining to be combined with intracellular staining techniques. Additionally, the MemBrite Fix-ST dyes (and MemBrite Fix 680/700) are compatible with super resolution microscopy and imaging techniques such as STORM. This dye line shares similarities with Biotium’s CellBrite line, but there are a few key differences. CellBrite Fix stains are easy to use and require a single staining step while MemBrite Fix dyes require a two-step staining protocol. While ease of use is important, MemBrite Fix and Membrite Fix-ST dyes have more colors to choose from and they do not associate with lipids in the membrane which leads to lower cytoplasmic background after permeabilization.