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-Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kit-CFDA/PI -Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kit-CFDA/PI, BS10
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Detection Principle -Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kits are a series of products for fluorescent double-staining of bacteria. By combining different types of fluorescent stain, staining images can be acquired for each index (membrane impairment, respiratory activity, and esterase activity). Bacterial viability is generally assessed by colony formation in the nutrient-agar medium. However, this requires a long culturing time, and it is hard to recognize the growth of viable but...

-Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kit-CTC/DAPI -Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kit-CTC/DAPI, BS09
Item #: BS09 -

Detection Principle -Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kits are a series of products for fluorescent double-staining of bacteria. By combining different types of fluorescent stain, staining images can be acquired for each index (membrane impairment, respiratory activity, and esterase activity). Bacterial viability is generally assessed by colony formation in the nutrient-agar medium. However, this requires a long culturing time, and it is hard to recognize the growth of viable but...

-Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kit-DAPI/PI -Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kit-DAPI/PI, BS08
Item #: BS08 -

Detection Principle -Bacstain- Bacterial Viability Detection Kits are a series of products for fluorescent double-staining of bacteria. By combining different types of fluorescent stain, staining images can be acquired for each index (membrane impairment, respiratory activity, and esterase activity). Bacterial viability is generally assessed by colony formation in the nutrient-agar medium. However, this requires a long culturing time, and it is hard to recognize the growth of viable but...

-Bacstain-AO Solution -Bacstain-AO solution, 3,6-Bis(dimethylamino)acridine hydrochloride, solution
Item #: BS05 -

Fig. 1 Cell staining mechanism

-Bacstain-CFDA Solution -Bacstain-CFDA solution, 5(6)-Carboxyfluorescein diacetate, DMSO solution [CAS: 79955-27-4]
Item #: BS03 -

Required Equipment and Materials 10 μl, 1000 μl pipettes, incubator, Microscope (blue excitation filter and red emission filter) or flow cytometer (488 nm blue laser)Fig. 1 Cell staining mechanism ...

-Bacstain-CTC Rapid Staining Kit -Bacstain-CTC Rapid Staining Kit,
Item #: BS01 -

BS01 BS02 Product Description Colony formation using an agar plate is a very common and reliable method for counting bacterial cells. However, it takes quite a long time to form a colony. Therefore, alternative detection methods have been developed. Bacteria-specific gene amplification methods such as PCR, LAMP, and nucleus staining are quite rapid, but these methods count dead bacteria as well. Therefore, detection of live cell functions is essential to determining the actual number of living...

-Bacstain-DAPI Solution -Bacstain-DAPI solution, 4,6-Diamidino-2-phenylindole, dihydrochloride, solution, CAS 28718-90-3
Item #: BS04 -

Chemical Structure

-Bacstain-PI Solution -Bacstain-PI solution, 3,8-Diamino-5-[3-(diethylmethylammonio)propyl]-6-phenylphenanthridinium diiodide, solution
Item #: BS07 -

Chemical Structure

CTC CTC, 5-Cyano-2,3-ditolyl-2H-tetrazolium chloride [ CAS: 90217-02-0]
Item #: C440 -

Product Description CTC can be used in various ways to detect bacteria, depending on the objective. Detection methods include the agar plate cultivation method, which involves counting colonies that arise from bacteria cultivation; staining bacteria using the fluorescent stain method; testing for bacteria that has potential for growth using the DVC method; and detecting particular bacteria using the FISH method-DNA amplification method. CTC is reduced to CTC formazan (CTF) by electron transfer...