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Multiple Labeling

With BV421™ & BV480™

  • Combine with AF488, RR-X, and AF647 for 5-color imaging
  • Compatible with commonly used filter sets
  • Switch nuclear stain from DAPI to DRAQ5 for additional labeling options

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Whole IgG Affinity-Purified Secondary Antibodies

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Noradrenergic Neurons

Overlay of three images of noradrenergic neurons retrogradely labeled with eGFP (green) and immunologically labeled with anti-DBH (blue) and anti-c-Fos (red) using... more


Astrocyte from a rabbit optic nerve

A fluorescent confocal photomicrograph of an astrocyte from a rabbit optic nerve labeled with monoclonal glial fibrillary acidic protein antibody in conjunction with Cy3 conjugated anti-mouse IgG (H+L).

Human Ileum Mucosa

Low power survey of human ileum mucosa stained with Cy2-, Cy3-, and Cy5-conjugated secondary antibodies. more

Human Skin Section

Vertical section of human thigh skin showing Langerhans cells (green) in the epidermis, basement membrane (red), and mast cells. more

Rat Stomach

The tissue was stained with Cy2-, Cy3-, and Cy5-conjugated secondary antibodies to detect collagen, neurons, and Ulex europaeus agglutinin type I. more

Epidermal Blister Roof

The epidermis was separated from dermis by creating a suction blister. The flattened blister roof was then processed without sectioning and stained with Cy2- and Cy3-conjugated secondary antibodies. more

Human Melanoma Cell

Human melanoma cell double labeled with rabbit anti-MMP2 and mouse anti-alpha tubulin. . more

Human Spermatocyte at the Pachytene Stage,

showing yellow MLH1 recombination sites on red synaptonemal complexes with blue centromeres ...
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Oligodendrocyte Progenitors

Oligodendrocyte progenitors identified in situ in sections of mouse CNS by immunolabeling for NG2 chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan (red Cy3) and platelet-derived growth factor alpha receptor (green FITC), with overlap appearing yellow. more

Artery in Human Skin Montage

Montage of six 20X images of triple-stained artery in human skin acquired on a CARV non-laser confocal microscope. more

Confocal image of human skin innervation and vasculature

The epidermis (top-red) is separated from the dermis by a basement membrane (blue). Blood vessels (magenta) course through the epidermis and are often accompanied by nerve bundles (green and aqua) that rise vertically within the dermis to form a horizontal subepidermal nerve plexus.

Confocal image of human skin innervation

Confocal image of human skin innervation. A skin biopsy of finger, 100µm section, immunostained for pan-neuronal marker, protein gene product 9.5, localized with Cy3 (red and yellow) and basement membrane marker, type IV collagen, with Cy2 (green). more

Neonatal Rat Islet

A merged projection of a triple labeled rat pancreatic islet of Langerhans formed form a series of optical sections acquired with the Bio-Rad MRC-600 laser scanning confocal microscope using a krypton/argon ion laser. more

Cultured cell micrograph

Dividing cells. Microtubules stained red; green masses are probably endoplasmic reticulum stained with FITC-Con A. more

Photomicrograph of a rat spinal cord neuron

A fluorescent confocal photomicrograph of a rat spinal cord neuron labeled with rabbit polyclonal substance p-receptor antibody in conjunction with Cy3-conjugated anti-rabbit IgG (H+L). more

FISH signal from transgenic tobacco

FISH signal from transgenic tobacco ( Nicotiana tabacum) containing four copies of the pine drought-inducible lp5 gene. Using karyotypic features to help identify chromosome homologues, one locus (1) is homozygous, and two are heterozygous (2 and 3).

Distribution of promyelocytic (PML)

protein in vivo. Hep-2 cells expressing transiently the adenovirus-5 E4-ORF3 protein were analyzed by indirect immunofluorescence using a primary PML monoclonal Ab.

FITC-labeled Triactinomyxon (TAM),

the free living lifecycle stage of the microscopic parasite Myxobolus cerebralis, the causative agent of Whirling disease.

Transplanted GFP-expressing Brain Progenitor/Stem Cells (BPCs) 

This figure illustrates that transplanted GFP-expressing Brain Progenitor/Stem Cells (BPCs) can express the neuronal marker calretinin after transplantation into the 10 day postnatal retina.

Cat Retina

The cat retina has a multitude of cell types possessing unique anatomical and biochemical markers. In order to elucidate the physiology of this tissue, it has been stained with probes for three different proteins: calretinin, calbindin, and neurofilament.

Newly born astrocytes and neural stem cells in the adult rat brain

Proliferation of neural stem cells in the adult rat brain has been documented in only two regions. These figures illustrate one such region, the subventricular zone of the lateral ventricles, which produces a continuous stream of new neurons for the olfactory bulbs. more

Human brain progenitor

Cultured cells were immunocytochemically stained for GFAP (blue AMCA), Doublecortin (red Cy2), and Nestin (green RRX).