Adam Kreutzer about Amytracker 680:
“I have been very happy with the Amytracker dyes I have used thus far. I have easily worked the Amytracker dyes into my free-floating, fixed brain tissue immunostaining workflow. The nice thing about the Amytracker dyes is that I don’t have to dehydrate the tissue in a series of ethanols and xylene, which is required for the widely used thioflavin and congo red dyes. The Amytracker dyes can just be applied to the tissue in TBS and then imaged. I often don’t even wash the tissues after treatment with the Amytracker dyes."
Adam Kreutzer, PhD, Associate Project Scientist at the Department of Chemistry, Nowick Laboratory, University of California, Irvine, USA