Generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) at a controlled level is a feature of live cell function. Under conditions of oxidative stress, ROS production is dramatically increased, resulting in damage of membrane lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Oxidative damage is associated with aging as well as many diseases. Probes for measuring ROS provide important tools for study oxidative stress related diseases.
GeneCopoeia offers a variety of probes for reactive oxygen species to study oxidative stress.
ROS Probe Selection Guide
|Cat. No.||Product Name||Description||Unit Size|
|C260||DHE||Superoxide indicator, Ex/Em = 300/610 nm||25 mg|
|C261||DHR 123||ROS indicator, Ex/Em = 507/529 nm||10 mg|
|C262||DHR 6G||ROS indicator, Ex/Em = 528/551 nm||25 mg|
|C263||H2DCFDA||ROS indicator, Ex/Em = 495/529 nm||50 mg|
|C264||Carboxy-H2DCFDA||ROS indicator, Ex/Em = 495/529 nm||25 mg|
|A057||ROS Assay Kit||Detection of ROS in live cells||1,000 assays|
Figure 1. Detection of ROS with ROS assay kit (Cat No. A057).