Dihydrorhodamine 123 is by far the most-used probe for measurement of intracellular H2O2. DHR 123 is oxidized directly to rhodamine 123, which is excitable at 488 and emits at 515 nm in the same emission range as FITC. It is widely used in human neutrophils, human eosinophils, HL60 cells, rat mast cells, guinea pig neutrophils, cultured chondrocytes, rat brain, rat renal proximal tubular cells, mesangial cells and L929 cells. In combination with other fluorescent reagents (such as surface receptor analysis by fluorescent antibodies, cell viability using propidium iodide, and calcium indicators) this probe can be used for multiplex measurements.
H-Phrases (GHS) for Dangerous Goods by EU 1272/2008
H303, H313, H333
R-Phrase for Dangerous Goods
R20, R21, R22
Symbol for Dangerous Compound by EU 67/548 EWG