Acoerela Dye Platform
The World's First Full Bilayer Spanning Lipophilic Dyes
Water Soluble Acoerela Dyes
Why choose Acoerela
Diverse color options
and we are expanding on the excitation/emission profiles of these dyes to enable more multiplexing possibilities in different applications.
Extracellular Vesicles Dyes
Flow cytometry analysis of exosomes labelled with Acoerela Extracellular Vesicles Dye.
Imaging Flow Cytometry
Bacteria Gram-Selective Dyes
Membrane Dyes for Mammalian Cells
Acoerela cell membrane dye
Confocal images of HepG2 cells that were co-stained with Acoerela Membrane Labelling Dye and a commercially available membrane dye, FM 4-64. (a) Acoerela dye channel (Ex405), (b) FM 4-64 channel (Ex488), (c) brightfield channel, (d) merged channel. The co-localization of Acoerela Membrane Dye and FM4-64 demonstrates the membrane specificity of the Acoerela Dye.
Acoerela cell division tracking
A549 mammalian tumor cells labeled by Acoerela Cell Division Tracking dye. Acoerela Dye-labeled cells (red) have a 3-log fold increase in fluorescence intensity compared to the unstained cells (black) were maintained over 4 passages through serial passaging before analysis on CytoFLEX (Beckman Coulter). Orange: 1st passage, Green: 2nd passage, Blue: 3rd passage. Magenta: 4th passage.