DyLight™ 747, Free Acid

Catalog number: 62283

Thermo Scientific™  Related applications: Protein Labeling & Crosslinking

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Thermo Scientific DyLight Fluor Free Acids are non-activated forms of selected DyLight Fluorescent Dyes for use as controls and calibration factors in fluorescence imaging applications.

These non-activated fluorescent dyes contain the native carboxyl group of the standard dye molecule.

General DyLight Fluorophore Highlights:

Bright fluorescence—intense emission provides superior sensitivity and requires less conjugate
Narrow emission spectra—negligible bleed-through between fluorophore channels enables multi-color detection
Excellent photostability—exceptional resistance to photobleaching enables fluorescence imaging under the most demanding conditions (e.g., structured illumination, 4Pi microscopy)
Buffer stability—conjugated fluorophores are completely stable at pH 4-9
Instrument compatibility—excitation and emission spectra correspond with filter sets and laser settings of all popular fluorescence instrumentation

Related Products
DyLight™ 488, Free Acid
DyLight™ 800, Free Acid
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


Label or Dye: DyLight™ Fluor (Specialty)
Solubility: DMF (Dimethylformamide)
Product Size: 1 mg
Excitation⁄Emission (nm): 751⁄774

Contents & storage

Store at < 4°C.


Manuals & protocols