HEX™ Dye Phosphoramidite

Catalog number: 403170

Applied Biosystems™  Related applications: Nucleic Acid Labeling & Oligo Synthesis

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Contains 55 mg HEX™ Dye Phosphoramidite.

HEX™ Dye Phosphoramidite is used for the 5’ attachment of HEX™ dye during oligonucleotide synthesis.

The label is treated as if it were simply another base: It is inserted at the appropriate place in the sequence and incorporated automatically.

• Specialty phosphoramidites allow online addition of the label during synthesis, saving time in production of labeled probes and primers
• Designed and optimized for use with ABI™ synthesizers, guaranteeing reliable nucleic acid synthesis
• We offer a range of specialty phosphoramites and linkers to give you the flexibility demanded in oligonucleotide synthesis

On-instrument labeling typically saves hours of post-synthesis manual processing
Fluorescent label HEX™ is a single-isomer fluorescein dye designed for detection and analysis of labeled PCR products on ABI PRISM™ genetic analysis systems. HEX™ is equally useful in applications historically employing isotopic labels. As such, it eliminates the hazard associated with handling, storage, and disposal of radioactive materials.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostics procedures.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


Chemical Name: Phosphoramidite
For Use With (Equipment): 3900 DNA Synthesizer
Form: Powder
Product Line: HEX™
Product Size: 55 mg
Shipping Condition: Dry Ice

Contents & storage

This reagent should be stored dessicated at -20°C.


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