TMA-DPH as Specific Plasma Membrane Fluidity Probe for Intact Cells and its Limitation
it is incorporated in membranes very rapidly
when it is interacted with intact cells, it is retained specifically in the plasma membranes for periods of typically 30 min. before being internalized.
KeywordsMast Cell Intact Cell Membrane Fluidity Fluorescence Anisotropy Fluorescence Intensity Measurement
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