Hoechst 33258 *CAS 23491-45-4*


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Overview 


CAS: 23491-45-4               

Molecular weight: 533.88                             

Excitation (nm): 352

Emission (nm): 454        

Extinction coefficient (cm-1 M-1): 46000 1           

Quantum yield: 0.0340 1

 

The Hoechst stains are a family of fluorescent stains for labeling DNA in fluorescence microscopy. Because these fluorescent stains label DNA, they are also commonly used to visualize nuclei and mitochondria. Two of these closely related bis-benzimides are commonly used: Hoechst 33258 and Hoechst 33342. Both dyes are excited by ultraviolet light at around 350 nm, and both emit blue/cyan fluorescence light around an emission maximum at 461 nm. The Hoechst stains may be used on live or fixed cells, and are often used as a substitute for another nucleic acid stain, DAPI. The key difference between them is that the additional ethyl group of Hoechst 33342 renders it more lipophilic, and thus more able to cross intact cell membranes. In some applications, Hoechst 33258 is significantly less permeant. These dyes can also be used to detect the contents of a sample DNA by plotting a standard emission-to-content curve.  

Citations

Plasma proteomic analysis of autoimmune hepatitis in an improved AIH mouse model
Authors: Wang, Han and Yan, Wei and Feng, Zuohua and Gao, Yuan and Zhang, Liu and Feng, Xinxia and Tian, Dean
Journal: Journal of Translational Medicine (2020): 1--16


References

Amine terminated G-6 PAMAM dendrimer and its interaction with DNA probed by Hoechst 33258
Authors: Choi YS, Cho TS, Kim JM, Han SW, Kim SK.
Journal: Biophys Chem (2006): 142

DNA sequence recognition by Hoechst 33258 conjugates of hairpin pyrrole/imidazole polyamides
Authors: Correa BJ, Canzio D, Kahane AL, Reddy PM, Bruice TC.
Journal: Bioorg Med Chem Lett (2006): 3745

Design of new bidentate ligands constructed of two Hoechst 33258 units for discrimination of the length of two A3T3 binding motifs
Authors: Tanada M, Tsujita S, Sasaki S.
Journal: J Org Chem (2006): 125

Recognition of B-DNA by neomycin--Hoechst 33258 conjugates
Authors: Willis B, Arya DP.
Journal: Biochemistry (2006): 10217

The Hoechst 33258 Covalent Dimer Covers a Total Turn of the Double-stranded DNA
Authors: Streltsov SA, Gromyko AV, Oleinikov VA, Zhuze AL.
Journal: J Biomol Struct Dyn (2006): 285

Activity of Hoechst 33258 against Pneumocystis carinii f. sp. muris, Candida albicans, and Candida dubliniensis
Authors: Disney MD, Stephenson R, Wright TW, Haidaris CG, Turner DH, Gigliotti F.
Journal: Antimicrob Agents Chemother (2005): 1326

Association of the minor groove binding drug Hoechst 33258 with d(CGCGAATTCGCG)2: volumetric, calorimetric, and spectroscopic characterizations
Authors: Han F, Taulier N, Chalikian TV.
Journal: Biochemistry (2005): 9785

Hoechst 33258 as a pH-sensitive probe to study the interaction of amine oxide surfactants with DNA
Authors: Goracci L, Germani R, Savelli G, Bassani DM.
Journal: Chembiochem (2005): 197

Hydration changes in the association of Hoechst 33258 with DNA
Authors: Kiser JR, Monk RW, Smalls RL, Petty JT.
Journal: Biochemistry (2005): 16988

Ligands with affinity to specific sequence of DNA base pairs. XII. The synthesis and cytological studies of dimeric Hoechst 33258 molecules
Authors: Gromyko AV, Popov KV, Mozoleva AP, Strel'tsov SA, Grokhovskii SL, Oleinikov VA, Zhuze AL.
Journal: Bioorg Khim (2005): 385

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