A fast, low cost, and highly efficient fluorescent DNA labeling method using methyl green

@article{Prieto2014AFL,
  title={A fast, low cost, and highly efficient fluorescent DNA labeling method using methyl green},
  author={D. Prieto and Gonzalo Aparicio and P. Morande and F. R. Zolessi},
  journal={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={142},
  pages={335-345}
}
The increasing need for multiple-labeling of cells and whole organisms for fluorescence microscopy has led to the development of hundreds of fluorophores that either directly recognize target molecules or organelles, or are attached to antibodies or other molecular probes. DNA labeling is essential to study nuclear-chromosomal structure, as well as for gel staining, but also as a usual counterstain in immunofluorescence, FISH or cytometry. However, there are currently few reliable red to far… Expand
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