Cell Viability Assay with Sapphire700™ Stain and the Odyssey® CLx and Sa Imaging Systems
24 Oct 2014

This protocol describes a cell viability assay that uses near-infrared fluorescent detection. Sapphire700 Stain is used to determine cell viability by assessing cell membrane integrity, and the assay is imaged with the Odyssey CLx Imaging System.

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