Nucleic Acid Labeling Support
Explore the “Getting Started” and “Troubleshooting” sections for solutions to top inquiries and common problems. Browse through the “Guides and Tools” section to access comprehensive product-related support resources.
- How do your nucleic acid labeling methods compare to one another?
- How do I purify the labeled oligonucleotide from the unreacted dye and unlabeled oligonucleotide following the reaction?
- How do I obtain an amine-modified oligonucleotide for labeling?
- What methods can I use to enzymatically incorporate ChromaTide® nucleotides?
- What probe kits do you offer for nonisotopic probe labeling and radiolabeled probe labeling?
- My oligonucleotide is not fluorescent after the reaction, and/or the labeling reaction did not work. What could be the cause of this?
- I’m getting background when using the AlexaFluor® Oligonucleotide Amine Labeling Kit. What could be the cause of this?
- The nucleic acid probe is not fluorescent after labeling with ChromaTide® nucleotides. What do you recommend I try?
- I can’t seem to get an accurate absorbance reading after BrightStar® Psoralen-Biotin labeling. What could be the problem?
- I’m getting inefficient labeling of the nucleic acid I’m trying to label using your BrightStar® Psoralen-Biotin Nonisotopic Labeling Kit. What could be causing this?
Guides and Tools
- Overview: Molecular Probes® Handbook Section 8.2 –AlexaFluor® Oligonucleotide Amine Labeling Kits
- Overview: Molecular Probes® ChromaTide® and aha Labeled Nucleotides
- Overview: Molecular Probes® Handbook Section 8.2: ChromaTide® nucleotides
- Overview: Molecular Labeling & Detection (legacy Thermo Scientific™)
- Guide: PCR and Molecular Cloning Handbook
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