Bifidobacterium sp. bacteria stained with the ViaGram™ Red+ Bacterial Gram Stain and Viability Kit (Cat. No. V7023). While all cells exhibit a red-fluorescent surface stain (gram-positive), live cells exhibit blue-fluorescent internal staining and dead cells with compromised membranes exhibit yellow-green–fluorescent internal staining. This image was obtained by taking multiple exposures through bandpass optical filter sets appropriate for DAPI, fluorescein and Texas Red® dye.
Bifidobacterium sp. bacteria stained with the ViaGram™ Red+ Bacterial Gram Stain and Viability Kit. Go ›
Bacillus cereus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Go ›
Multicolor fluorescence analysis of muntjac fibroblasts. Go ›
Nuclear, cytoskeletal, and mitochondrial staining of Muntjac fibroblasts. Go ›
Capturing apoptosis with CellEvent® Green and the EVOS® FL Auto imaging system Go ›
BacMam-labeled primary neurons imaged using the EVOS® FL Auto imaging system Go ›