Amine-reactive, non-activated green-fluorescent dyes used for modification of amine-containing molecules.
Amine-reactive dyes used for labeling proteins, amine-modified oligonucleotides, and other amine-containing biomolecules.
Sulfhydryl-reactive, green-fluorescent dyes routinely used modifying proteins or peptides through a thiol group (Cys).
Green-fluorescent dyes containing primary amine group (NH2) used for labeling proteins via a carboxylic acid moiety.
Green-fluorescent dye that often used for labeling aldehydes or ketones in polysaccharides or glycoproteins.
Green fluorescent dyes containing hydroxylamine group (O-NH2). Often used used for labeling aldehydes, and ketones.
Advanced fluorescent probes with superior kinetics in copper-catalyzed click reactions used for detecting low abundance targets.
Green-emitting, azide activated fluorescent probes used for detection alkyne-containing targers.
Green-fluorescent, azide-reactive probes used for imaging azide-containing targets via CuAAC.
Azide-reactive, green-emitting probes used for copper-less imaging of azide targets under mild conditions.