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Hoechst 33342 *20 mM solution in water*

Chemical structure for Hoechst 33342 *20 mM solution in water*
Chemical structure for Hoechst 33342 *20 mM solution in water*
HeLa cells were incubated in 1X HBSS buffer with 5% serum to induce starvation. Following starvation, cells were treated with Autophagy Green™ (Cat No. 23002) working solution for 20 minutes in a 37°C, 5% CO<sub>2</sub> incubator and then washed 3 times. Nuclei were labeled with Hoechst 33342 (Cat No. 17530). Lysosomes were labeled with LysoBrite™ Orange (Cat No. 22657).
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Physical properties
Molecular weight561.93
SolventWater
Spectral properties
Excitation (nm)352
Emission (nm)454
Storage, safety and handling
H-phraseH303, H313, H340
Hazard symbolT
Intended useResearch Use Only (RUO)
R-phraseR20, R21, R68
StorageFreeze (< -15 °C); Minimize light exposure
UNSPSC41116134

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CAS
23491-52-3
Molecular weight
561.93
Excitation (nm)
352
Emission (nm)
454
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.

Platform


Fluorescence microscope

Excitation350 nm
Emission461 nm
Recommended plateBlack wall/clear bottom

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Common stock solution preparation

Table 1. Volume of Water needed to reconstitute specific mass of Hoechst 33342 *20 mM solution in water* to given concentration. Note that volume is only for preparing stock solution. Refer to sample experimental protocol for appropriate experimental/physiological buffers.

0.1 mg0.5 mg1 mg5 mg10 mg
1 mM177.958 µL889.791 µL1.78 mL8.898 mL17.796 mL
5 mM35.592 µL177.958 µL355.916 µL1.78 mL3.559 mL
10 mM17.796 µL88.979 µL177.958 µL889.791 µL1.78 mL

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Spectral properties

Excitation (nm)352
Emission (nm)454

Citations


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References


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Usefulness of a triple fluorochrome combination Merocyanine 540/Yo-Pro 1/Hoechst 33342 in assessing membrane stability of viable frozen-thawed spermatozoa from Estonian Holstein AI bulls
Authors: Hallap T, Nagy S, Jaakma U, Johannisson A, Rodriguez-Martinez H.
Journal: Theriogenology (2006): 1122
Fatty acid synthase and its mRNA concentrations are decreased at different times following Hoechst 33342-induced apoptosis in BC3H-1 myocytes
Authors: Zhang X, Kiechle FL.
Journal: Ann Clin Lab Sci (2006): 185
The DNA minor groove binding agents Hoechst 33258 and 33342 enhance recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) transgene expression
Authors: Li L, Yang L, Kotin RM.
Journal: J Gene Med (2005): 420
Resistance mechanism development to the topoisomerase-I inhibitor Hoechst 33342 by Leishmania donovani
Authors: Marquis JF, Hardy I, Olivier M.
Journal: Parasitology (2005): 197
Acid-base and electronic structure-dependent properties of Hoechst 33342
Authors: Aleman C, Namba AM, Casanovas J.
Journal: J Biomol Struct Dyn (2005): 29
Single UV excitation of Hoechst 33342 and propidium iodide for viability assessment of rhesus monkey spermatozoa using flow cytometry
Authors: Cai K, Yang J, Guan M, Ji W, Li Y, Rens W.
Journal: Arch Androl (2005): 371
Evidence for a qualitative hierarchy within the Hoechst-33342 'side population' (SP) of murine bone marrow cells
Authors: Robinson SN, Seina SM, Gohr JC, Kuszynski CA, Sharp JG.
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Flow cytometric characterization of viable meiotic and postmeiotic cells by Hoechst 33342 in mouse spermatogenesis
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An in vitro study of Hoechst 33342 redistribution and its effects on cell viability
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Role of topoisomerases in cytotoxicity induced by DNA ligand Hoechst-33342 and UV-C in a glioma cell line
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