Storage Condition : -20℃, protect from light
Shipping Condition : Blue Ice
Purity : ≥90.0% (HPLC)
Chemical name: 3',6'-Di(O-thiosalicyl)fluorescein
SSP4 (Sulfane Sulfur Probe 4) is a novel fluorescent probe to detect sulfane sulfurs selectively. SSP4 itself is non-fluorescent, but it emits strong green fluorescence when it reacts with sulfane sulfurs. Thus, SSP4 enables high sensitive fluorescence detection and imaging of sulfane sulfurs.
Fig. 1 Reaction of SSP4 with sulfane sulfurs
Chemical species of Intravital sulfane sulfur:
Selectivity of the SSP4:
Detection of sulfane sulfurs in cells treated with a sulfane sulfur donor or sulfane sulfur quencher.
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