TCO-NHS Ester (equatorial)
TCO-NHS Ester is an amine-reactive building block used for modification of amine-containing molecule in organic media. TCO-NHS ester is supplied as a single equatorial (major, rel-(1S-2S-5E-pR), ref 1 and 4) diastereomer. Specially formulated crystalline provides easy handling and extended shelf life.
Important Product Information:
TCO-NHS Ester is not recommended for labeling of proteins in aqueous buffers due to poor level of activation of labeled proteins (Rahim, M.K., et al., Bioconjugate Chem. 2015, 26, 352-360). TCO-PEG4-NHS Ester is well suited for protein and antibody labeling in aqueous buffers.
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