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CyStain PI Absolute P

CyStain PI Absolute P
Application: Flow cytometry
Fluorescent probe: Propidium iodide
Laser Green laser (or blue laser)
Quantity 250 tests
Emission Maximum 616 nm
Order number: 05-5022

For Research Use Only
Not for use in diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.

  • 05-5022
Reagent kit for nuclei extraction and DNA staining of nuclear DNA from plant tissues to... more
CyStain PI Absolute P

Reagent kit for nuclei extraction and DNA staining of nuclear DNA from plant tissues to determine absolute and relative genome size and ploidy level. The reagent has been created specifically for selected configurations of the Sysmex CyFlow Ploidy Analyser and CyFlow Space flow cytometers.


Kit components:

  • 125 mL Nuclei Extraction Buffer
  • 500 mL Staining Buffer
  • 2 x 1.5 mL Propidium Iodide
  • 1 x 5 mg RNase

Plant Nuclear DNA Analysis

Specific References

Cronk Q.; Hidalgo O.; Pellicer J.; Percy D. & Leicht I.J. Salix transect of Europe: variation in ploidy and genome size in willow-associated common nettle, Urtica dioica L. sens. lat., from Greece to artic Norway. Biodiversity Data Journal (2016) 4: e10003 = BDJ.4.e10003.
Rounsaville T.J. & Ranney T.G. Ploidy Levels and Genome Sizes of Berberis L. and Mahonia Nutt. Species, Hybrids, and Cultivars. Hortscience (2010); 45 (7): 1029–1033.
Sakhanokho H.F & Islam-Faridi N. Nuclear DNA Content, Base Composition, and Cytogenetic Characterization of Christia obcordata. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. (2013); 138 (3): 205–209.
Navrotska D.; Andreev I.; Betekhtin A.; Rojek M.; Parnikoza I.; Myryuta G.; Grakhov V.; Ivannikov R.; Hasterok R. & Kunakh V. Assessment of the molecular cytogenetic, morphometric and biochemical parameters of Deschampia antartica from its southern range limit in maritime Antartic. Polish Polar Research (2018); 39 (4): 525-548.