Click Chemistry Toolbox
DBCO-based building blocks, labeling reagents, haptens, and fluorescent probes for Cu-free click chemistry.
Trans-Cyclooctene (TCO)-based labeling reagents, building blocks, and crosslinkers.
Tetrazine-based labeling reagents, building blocks, crosslinkers and fluorescent probes.
Alkyne-based labeling reagents, fluorescent probes and haptens for Cu-catalyzed click chemistry.
Azido-containing building blocks, labeling reagents, haptens, and fluorescent probes.
Complete kits and stand-alone reagents to enable the copper-catalyzed click reaction.
Easy to use, all-inclusive click chemistry enabling kits.
Kits optimized for detection of alkyne-containing nucleotide incorporated into DNA using standard flow cytometry methods.
Labeling kits optimized for imaging the thymidine analog EdU, or any other alkyne containing nucleotide incorporated into DNA with AFDyes.
Advanced imaging kits optimized for detection low abundance alkyne- containing DNA with high sensitivity fluorescent probes.
General purpose, all-inclusive kits that enable detection of alkyne-tagged biomolecules with advanced fluorescent probes or hapten.
Click Chemistry Buffer kits optimized for labeling cell lysate or fixed cells with detection reagent of your choice.
Easy-to-use, all-inclusive kits for in-house preparation of protein-protein conjugates.
Biotin/streptavidin-free tools for capturing azide-, or alkyne-tagged biomolecules.
Azide-, and alkyne-containing metabolic labeling reagents.
Conventional biotinylation kits and biotin-based click chemistry probes.
Carboxylic acid, activated ester, maleimide, and amine-containing azide reagents.
Cleavable click chemistry biotinylation reagent for selective enrichment of azide- or alkyne-tagged biopolymers.
Azido-, alkyne-, and DBCO-activated biotinylation reagents.
Miscellaneous biotinylation reagent
Activated fluorescent dyes for labeling amines, sulfhydryls, azide, alkyne, and other functional groups.
UV-excitable, blue fluorescent dyes.
Blue-fluorescent dyes with excitation maximum near 405 nm.
Green-fluorescent dyes with excitation near 430 nm.
Most often used green-fluorescent dyes ideally excited by 488 nm laser line.
Bright, yellow-fluorescent dye ideally suited for the frequency-doubled Nd:YAG laser line.
Orange-fluorescent dye suited for 488 nm or 532 nm laser lines.
Bright, orange-fluorescent dye used with the 568 nm laser line on the Ar-Kr mixed-gas laser.
Red-fluorescent dyes excited by the 561 nm or 594 nm laser lines.
A bright and photostable, far-red-fluorescent probe used 633 nm or 647 nm laser lines.
An orange-to-red fluorescence-emitting dye Excitation/emission maximum 554/567 nm
An orange-to-red fluorescence-emitting dye Excitation/emission maximum 555/567 nm
A far-red fluorescence-emitting dye Excitation/emission maximum 647/657 nm
A near-infrared (IR) fluorescence-emitting dye Excitation/emission maximum 750/776 nm
A near-infrared (IR) fluorescence-emitting dye Excitation/emission maximum 678/694 nm