AZDye 430 Azide

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1271-1
1 mg
$159.00
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1271-5
5 mg
$495.00
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1271-25
25 mg
$1,495.00
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    AZDye™ 430 Azide is a water-soluble, green-fluorescent azide-activated probe that reacts with terminal alkynes via a copper-catalyzed click reaction (CuAAC). It also reacts with strained cyclooctyne via a copper-free click chemistry reaction to form a stable triazole and does not require Cu-catalyst or elevated temperatures.

    Abs/Em Maxima
    430/537 nm
    Extinction Coefficient
    15,000
    Spectrally Similar Dyes
    Alexa Fluor® 430, CF® 430
    Molecular weight
    585.60
    CAS
    N/A
    Solubility
    Water, DMSO, DMF
    Purity
    >95% (HPLC)
    Appearance
    Yellow solid
    Storage conditions
    -20°C. Desiccate
    Shipping conditions
    Ambient temperature

    AZDye™ 430 Azide is a water-soluble, green-fluorescent azide-activated probe that reacts with terminal alkynes via a copper-catalyzed click reaction (CuAAC). It also reacts with strained cyclooctyne via a copper-free click chemistry reaction to form a stable triazole and does not require Cu-catalyst or elevated temperatures.

    AZDye™ 430 is a bright, and photostable, green-fluorescent probe optimally excited near its absorption maximum at 432 nm. Its emission peaks at 539 nm is pH independent over a wide pH range. The brightness and photostability of blue dyes are well suited to direct imaging of moderate to high abundance targets.

    AZDye™ 430 is structurally identical to Alexa Fluor® 430. Its absorption/emission spectra is a perfect match to spectra of many other structurally similar dyes, including Alexa Fluor® 430 and CF®430 Dye.

    Alexa Fluor® Dye is a registered trademark of Invitrogen, part of Thermo Fisher Scientific. CF® Dye is a registered trademark of Biotium, Inc

    AZDye430

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