Purity: ≧ 90.0 %
Storage Condition: Store at 0-5℃
Shipping Condition: Ambient temperature
It has been recognized that hydrogen sulfide (H2
S) has an important role as a physiological active substance for vasodilation, cytoprotection, and modulation of insulin secretion. H2
S is considered as a gaseous molecule such as nitric oxide and carbon monoxide. However, around 80% of the total sulfide exists as hydrogen sulfide anion (HS- ) under physiological condition, since the pKa is about 7. In addition, HS- easily converts to various biochemical molecules such as persulfides and polysulfides, which react with sulfhydryl moieties in a living body. -SulfoBiotics- HSip-1 is a novel fluorescent probe to detect H2
S selectively and it emits strong green fluorescence when it reacts with H2
S. -SulfoBiotics-HSip-1 DA is cell membrane permeable and it enables fluorescent imaging of intracellular H2
Fig. 1 Chemical structure of HSip-1 DA
Fig. 2 Excitation and emission spectra of HSip-1 reacted with H2
(Em: 491nm/Ex: 516nm)
Fluorescence imaging of hydrogen sulfide with HSip-1 DA:
1) HeLa cells were seeded on μ-slide 8 well (Ibidi) and cultured at 37℃ overnight in a 5% CO2
2) The culture medium was discarded and the cells were washed with a serum-free medium (MEM) twice.
3) HSip-1 DA stock solution (1 mmol/l) was diluted with a serum-free medium (MEM) to prepare 5 μmol/l HSip-1 DA working solution. *Please optimize the final concentration of HSip-1 DA depeneding on the cell lines.
4) HSip-1 DA working solution (5 μmol/l, 200 μl) was added to the cells, and the cells were cultured at 37℃ for 30 minutes in a 5% CO2
5) The supernatant was discarded, and the cells were washed with HBSS twice.
S solution (200 μmol/l, 200 μl) was added to the each well, and the cells were cultured at 37℃ for 30 minutes in a 5% CO2
7) The supernatant was discarded and the cells were washed with HBSS twice.
8) HBSS (200 μl) were added, and the cells were observed by confocal fluorescence microscopy.
Fig. Detection of hydrogen sulfide using HSip-1 DA in HeLa cells treated with Na2
(A: Control, B: 200 μmol/l Na2
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