Alkyne

Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 350 nm laser line
Filter set: DAPI

Alkyne-activated, blue-emitting probes for imaging azide-containing targets via CuAAC.

An alkyne-activated, water-soluble blue emitting dye routinely used for imaging azide-tagged biomolecules.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 407 nm laser line
Filter set: DAPI

Blue-fluorescent probes for azide-tagged biomolecule detection ideally suited for the 407 nm spectral line of the krypton laser or the 408 nm violet laser diode.

A bright, water-soluble, blue-fluorescent probe used for detection azide-tagged biomolecules.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 432 nm laser line
Filter set: FITC

Fluorescent probes for azide-tagged biomolecule detection with absorption and emission maxima at 430 nm and 539 nm.

An azide-reactive, water-soluble green emitting dye with excitation maximum at 432 nm and emission maximum at 539 nm.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 488 nm laser line
Filter set: FITC

Green-fluorescent, azide-reactive probes used for imaging low abundance alkyne-containing targets via CuAAC.

A water-soluble, azide-reactive green emitting dye often used low abundance targets detection via CuAAC.
An alkyne-activated, water-soluble green emitting dye used for imaging low abundance alkyne-containing targets via CuAAC.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 532 nm laser line
Filter set: TRITC

Azide-reactive, yellow-fluorescent probes for imaging alkyne-containing targets via CuAAC used with 532 nm laser lines.

An alkyne-activated, yellow emitting click chemistry probe routinely used for detection azide-containing targets.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 532 nm or 546 nm laser line
Filter set: TRITC

Orange-fluorescent, alkyne-activated probes with absorption maximum near 546 nm used for imaging azide-tagged biomolecule.

A very bright, water-soluble orange emitting probe predominantly used low abundance azide targets detection via CuAAC.
An orange-fluorescent probe widely used for imaging azide-tagged proteins via copper-catalyzed click reaction.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 488/532 nm laser line
Filter set: TRITC

Alkyne-activated, orange-fluorescent, dyes used for imaging azide-tagged biomolecules.

An alkyne-activated, water-soluble orange-fluorescent probe used 532 nm or 555 nm laser lines.
A bright, photostable, orange-fluorescent probe used with 532 nm or 555 nm laser lines.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 568 nm laser line
Filter set: Texas Red

Fluorescent probes for imaging alkyne-containing targets via CuAAC used with the 568 nm laser line on the Ar-Kr mixed-gas laser.

A water-soluble orange-emitting probe used for imaging low abundance azide-containing targets.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 568 nm or 594 nm laser line
Filter set: Texas Red

Azide-reactive, red-fluorescent probes for imaging alkyne-containing targets via CuAAC used with 568 nm or 594 nm laser lines.

An alkyne-activated, red-fluorescent probe used for detection azide-containing targets via CuAAC.
A water-soluble, azide-reactive red fluorescent probe often used low abundance targets detection via CuAAC.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 633 or 647 nm laser line
Filter set: Cy5

Far-red-fluorescent, alkyne-activated dyes for imaging of alkyne targets ideally suited for 633 nm or 647 nm laser lines.

A hydrophilic, alkyne-activated, far-red-fluorescent probe used 633 nm or 647 nm laser lines.
An alkyne-activated, water-soluble far-red-fluorescent probe used 633 nm or 647 nm laser lines.
A bright and photostable, far-red-fluorescent probe used 633 nm or 647 nm laser lines.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 633 nm or 647 nm laser line.
Filter set: Cy5.5

Near-IR fluorescent, alkyne-activated dyes for imaging of alkyne targets ideally suited for 633 nm or 647 nm laser lines.

A bright and pH insensitive probe for near-IR imaging azide-tagged biomolecules.
Cy3 Alkyne
Excitation source: 633 nm or 647 nm laser line.
Filter set: Cy7

Near-IR fluorescent probes for imaging of azide targets with excitation maximum near 750 nm.

A near-IR fluorescent probe for imaging azide-tagged biomolecules. Ideally suited for 750 nm channel of LI-COR imaging systems.