A green fluorescence-emitting probe with excitation/emission maximum of 501/523 nm
DBCO-activated Carboxyrhodamine110 dye reacts with azides to produce a stable triazole, also referred to as the Cu-free click reaction, and does not require Cu-catalyst or elevated temperatures. This reaction is extremely selective and biocompatible, such that the complimentary reagents can form a covalent bond within richly functionalized biological systems, and, in some cases, living organisms.
Carboxyrhodamine 110 (Rhodamine Green) is one of the most photostable and pH insensitive fluorescent dyes. The absorbance and emission maxima of Carboxyrhodamine 110 DBCO conjugates are 501 nm and 523 nm, respectively.
|Product Type:||Small Molecule|
|Name:||DBCO-Carboxyrhodamine 110 (Alternative Names: DBCO-Fluor 488, ADIBO-PEG4-Carboxyrhodamine 110, DBCO-PEG4-Carboxyrhodamine 110)|
|Storage:||Upon receipt store at -20C|
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