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Hoechst 33258


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A fluorescent dye that emits blue light (~460 nm) when stimulated by UV at ~350 nm. It binds to the minor groove of DNA, and is often used to visualize chromosomes, and to check cell cultures for mycoplasmas. A related bis-benzimide is Hoechst 33342.

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