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Gain greater multiplexing flexibility with new IncuCyte reagents

Jul 3, 2017

Like all IncuCyte reagents, these reagents do not perturb cell health and morphology when used at optimal concentrations for live-cell experiments.

IncuCyte Caspase-3/7 Red Reagent for Apoptosis (Cat. No. 4704)
• Perfect for use with cells that are already labelled with GFP
• Same mechanism as our mix-and-read IncuCyte Caspase-3/7 Green Reagent
• For more information on our apoptosis assay, see essenbio.com/apoptosis

IncuCyte CytoLight Rapid Red and IncuCyte CytoLight Rapid Green Reagents (Cat. Nos. 4706, 4705)
• Simple and rapid cytoplasmic label for use in many different cell types
• Used to Identify and quantify cells, particularly in co-culture applications (e.g., immune cell killing)

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