Fluorescent probes and dyes are nearly ubiquitous in the life sciences. Researchers use them for numerous applications such as labeling cells to study their behaviors, quantifying and characterizing cell activity during systemic responses, investigating protein-protein interactions, tracking signaling pathways, and understanding tissue structure and composition. Scientists constantly look for improvements—whether that means modifying existing technology or developing new ones—to accommodate changing research needs. 

Download this ebook from Biotium to learn more about

  • The history of fluorescent probes and dyes
  • The development of CF® Dyes
  • Using CF® Dyes for specialized applications such as super-resolution microscopy

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