6-TAMRA Cadaverine

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1249-5
5 mg
$95.00
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1249-25
25 mg
$249.00
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1249-100
100 mg
$595.00
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1249-1000
1000 mg
$1,895.00
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    6-TAMRA Cadaverine (also known as TAMRA Cadaverine, isomer 6) is a red-fluorescent probe that is compatible with various excitation sources including mercury arc, tungsten and xenon arc lamps, the 544 nm line of the Helium-Neon laser and the 532 nm green laser line. 6-TAMRA Cadaverine is often used to derivatize carboxyl groups in the presence of activators (e.g. EDC, or DCC) or activated esters (e.g. NHS esters) with TAMRA moiety through a stable amide bond.

    Abs/Em Maxima
    553/575 nm
    Extinction Coefficient
    89,000
    Spectrally Similar Dyes
    Alexa Fluor® 546, Atto™ 543, CF® 543 Dye
    Molecular weight
    627.24 (TFA salt)
    CAS
    N/A
    Solubility
    DMSO, DMF
    Purity
    >95% (HPLC)
    Appearance
    Dark red amorphous solid
    Storage conditions
    -20°C. Desiccate
    Shipping conditions
    Ambient temperature

    6-TAMRA Cadaverine (also known as TAMRA Cadaverine, isomer 6) is the red-fluorescent probe that is compatible with various excitation sources including mercury arc, tungsten and xenon arc lamps, the 544 nm line of the Helium-Neon laser and the 532 nm green laser line. 65-TAMRA Cadaverine is often used to derivatize carboxyl groups in the presence of activators (e.g. EDC, or DCC) or activated esters (e.g. NHS esters) with TAMRA moiety through a stable amide bond.

    Although the mixed isomers of 5(6)-TAMRA azide is a preferred, routinely used red fluorescent dye for staining proteins, labeling peptides and nucleotides with TAMRA mixed isomers might be troublesome due to significant signal broadening in HPLC purification. Peptides and nucleotides labeled with a single isomer TAMRA usually give better resolution in HPLC purification that is often required in the conjugation processes.

    TAMRA

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