Blue-Color Alkaline Phophatase Staining Kit
Easily discriminate between differentiated and undifferentiated cells with this colorimetric alkaline phosphatase stain that turns pluripotent cells blue
This Blue-Color Alkaline Phophatase Staining Kit can be used as a replacement for both Red-Color Alkaline Phophatase Staining Kit and Dual-Color Alkaline Phophatase Staining Kit
- Obtain answers in as little as fifteen minutes
- Stain cells grown in dishes or the wells of tissue culture plates
- Get a long-lasting colorimetric readout with this quick and easy histochemical assay
- Use to monitor pluripotency status/differentiation, ensure the quality of stem cells, and measure AP activity in situ
Easily visualize undifferentiated cells with alkaline phosphatase stains
When you need to know which cells are undifferentiated, such as for monitoring pluripotency status, performing quality control of stem cells, or measuring alkaline phosphatase (AP) activity in situ, SBI’s AP Staining Kits are specific, sensitive, and reliable tools that can provide answers in as little as fifteen minutes. Unlike other pluripotency markers that are only present in certain subsets of undifferentiated cells, AP is highly active in embryonic stem cells, embryonic germ cells, and induced pluripotent stem cells, making it a universal pluripotency marker.
The Blue-Color Alkaline Phophatase Staining Kit is a histochemical assay for use on cells grown in tissue culture wells or dishes, and includes both substrate and dye for colorimetric read-out of enzymatic activity. The AP-positive, undifferentiated stem cells stain blue, with color developing rapidly. The stain does not fade and stained samples can be kept at 4°C for up to one week.
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