JC-1 MitoMP Detection Kit
Mitochondrial Membrane Potential Detection
Product codeMT09 JC-1 MitoMP Detection Kit
|Unit size||Price||Item Code|
|10 set||JC-1 Dye
Imaging Buffer (10x)
|100 nmol x1
11 ml x1
Mitochondria synthesize ATP using oxygen to produce necessary energy for living cells. Lowering of mitochondrial activity and dysfunction are known to be closely related to cancer, aging, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Mitochondrial membrane potential is a parameter used to measure with mitochondrial condition.
JC-1 forms aggregate (in healthy mitochondria) with red fluorescence. As membrane potential decreases, JC-1 becomes monomers, which shows in green fluorescence. The change in ratio of red to green fluorescence is used as a indicator of mitochondrial condition.
Easy to dissolve
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Detect by Several Equipments
Please refer to Data: Induced Apoptosis for experimental examples
Imaging Buffer Included
HeLa cells treated with depolarizing reagent, carbonylcyanide-p-trifluoromethoxyphenylhydrazone (FCCP) were stained with JC-1 MitoMP Detection Kit. Red fluorescence indicates normal membrane potential or health mitochondria. Untreated cells showed red fluorescence, while FCCP treated cells showed little red fluorescence.
Jurkat cells treated by apoptosis inducing reagent, Staurosporine, were stained with JC-1 MitoMP Detection Kit. Procedures for these data can be found in the Technical Manual.
Fluorescence imaging of mitochondrial membrane potential in Jurkat cells
Flow cytometric analysis of mitochondrial membrane potential in Jurkat cells
Fluorescence intensity ratio of mitochondrial membrane potential in Jurkat cells
Mitochondrial condition in the carbonyl cyanide m-chlorophenyl hydrazine (CCCP) treated Parkin-expressing HeLa cells was compared with untreated cells using Mitophagy Detection Kit (MD01, MT02) and JC-1 MitoMP Detection Kit (MT09).
Mitophagy was not detected in untreated cells and the membrane potential was normal. However, reduction of membrane potential and mitophagy were observed in treated cells.
Ex: 561 nm, Em: 570-700 nm
[Mitochondrial Membrane Potential Detection]
Green Ex: 488 nm, Em: 500-550 nm
Red Ex: 561 nm, Em: 560-610 nm
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