DiI

Name used for fluorescent derivatives of indocarbocyanine iodide that have two long alkyl chains and are membrane soluble. Used as general stains for membranes and also as specific probes for membrane fluidity measurements.

DiI

DiI, pronounced like Dye Aye, a chemical with CAS number 41085-99-8, also known as D282 and DiIC18(3), is a fluorescent lipophilic cationic indocarbocyanine dye which is usually made as a perchlorate salt. It is used for scientific staining purposes, such as single molecule imaging, fate mapping, and neuronal tracing (as DiI is retained in the lip...
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Dii

The Dii (aɪ; Δίοι) were an independent Thracian tribe, swordsmen, who lived among the foothills of Mount Rhodope in Thrace. They often joined the ranks of organized armies as mercenaries or volunteers. Thucydides declared that they were the most warlike infantry in Sitalkes` army. Though usually described as swordsmen, they defeated a Theban....
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DiI

Name used for fluorescent derivatives of indocarbocyanine iodide that have two long alkylchains and are membrane soluble. Used as general stains for membranes and also as specific probes for membrane fluidity measurements. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Dii

Type: Term Definitions: 1. A highly lipophilic fluorescent dye used in neural tract finding.
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