Reagent Y100, 500ml

$97.00

SKU: 910-0300 Category: Tag:

Product Description

The Reagent Y100 is used to disrupt the plasma membranes of the yeast cells, rendering the nuclei susceptible to staining with propidium iodide (PI).

It is recommended to use 1:10 volumes of sample and Reagent Y100 (e.g. 50 ml of sample and 450 ml of Reagent Y100).

If the sample media is a coloured solution, such as beer or wine, a dilution prior to the use of Reagent Y100 may be necessary to avoid the colour affecting the fluorescence intensity detected from the cells. Please contact ChemoMetec for further information.

Used to determine the total amount of yeast cells in a sample using the YC-100™ and NC-3000™.

2018

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2017

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2016

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2015

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2014

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SDS

SDS Reagent Y100

Application Notes

NC-3000™
Count of PI Stained Cells – Total Count of Yeast Cells

Count and Viability of PI Stained Yeast Cells

YC-100™
Total cell count and viability of yeast in beer samples using the NucleoCounter® YC-100™ System

Total cell count of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) using the NucleoCounter® YC-100™ system

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Please note that products will be shipped at ambient temperature. This will not affect performance if the products are kept at the indicated temperature for long term storage. Please refer to the package insert for correct storage conditions.

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