CoraLite®488-Phalloidin (green)

Excitation Laser

490 nm


515 nm



Cat no : PF00001

Product Information

Phalloidin is a toxin isolated from mushrooms that binds F-Actin in the cytoskeleton. This product is conjugated to our fluorescent CoraLite(R) dye to stain F-actin for labeling, identifying and quantifying actin filaments in immunostaining studies. Compared to many fluorescent dyes, CoraLite(R) dyes have advantages in brightness, light stability and water solubility. Excitation/Emission maxima wavelengths are 490 nm/515 nm.


CoraLite®488-Phalloidin (green)

Ex/Em: 490/515nm


Store at -20°C. Avoid exposure to light. Stable for 2 years after shipment. 


This product is formulated as a freeze-dried powder. Please centrifuge it immediately before use and dissolve it in a suitable solvent before use. Phalloidin is highly toxic, please take protective measures while handling.

Cited in Article as

PF00001, CoraLite®488-Phalloidin (green), Proteintech, IL, USA



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Niklas (Verified Customer) (11-08-2022)

great staining with even a high dilution factor

  • Applications: Immunofluorescence
  • Primary Antibody Dilution: 1:400
  • Cell Tissue Type: human fibroblasts