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.
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 678/694 nm
A near-infrared (IR) fluorescence-emitting dye Excitation/emission maximum 750/776 nm