Molecular Probes Nonfluorescent Quenchers and Photosensitizers—Table 1.10
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Table 1.10 Molecular Probes nonfluorescent quenchers and photosensitizers.
|Dye||Abs *||Extinction Coefficient †||Amine-Reactive Dyes ‡||Notes|
|Malachite green||628||76,000||M689 (ITC)||
|QSY 7||560||90,000||Q10193 (SE)||
|QSY 9||562||88,000||Q20131 (SE)||
|QSY 21||661||90,000||Q20132 (SE)||
|QSY 35||475||23,000||Q20133 (SE) §||
|* Absorption (Abs) maxima, in nm. † Molar extinction coefficient in cm-1M-1 determined at the wavelength listed in the column headed Abs. These values may vary with the environment, particularly for the QSY 35 dye. ‡ (ITC) = Isothiocyanate. (SE) = Succinimidyl ester.|
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