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DiAsp

Name: DiAsp
Description: Yellow fluorescent carbocyanine dye that is highly lipophilic, used for tract tracing studies in fixed tissue
Has role: lipophilic tracing role, post mortem tract tracing role, anterograde tracing role, retrograde tracing role[1]
Super-category: Carbocyanine dye
*Id: nlx_49522
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References

  1. Köbbert C et al. (2000) Current concepts in neuroanatomical tracing. Prog Neurobiol 62: 327-51 PubMed

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CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionYellow fluorescent carbocyanine dye that is highly lipophilic, used for tract tracing studies in fixed tissue
Has roleLipophilic tracing role  +, Post mortem tract tracing role  +, Anterograde tracing role  +, and Retrograde tracing role  +
Idnlx_49522  +
LabelDiAsp  +
ModifiedDate24 October 2010  +
SuperCategoryCarbocyanine dye  +