Tetramethylrhodamine (TAMRA) Alkyne (5-Carboxytetramethylrhodamine, Propargylamide), 5-isomer

Catalog number:  T10183

Related applications:

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The red-fluorescent tetramethylrhodamine (TAMRA) alkyne can be reacted with azides via a copper-catalyzed click reaction. Click chemistry describes a class of chemical reactions that use bio-orthogonal or biologically unique moities to label and detect a molecule of interest using a two-step procedure. The two-step reaction procedure involves a copper-catalyzed triazole formation of an azide and an alkyne. Click reactions have several characteristics: the reaction between the detection moieties is efficient; no extreme temperatures or solvents are required; the reaction product is stable; the components of the reaction are bioinert; and perhaps most importantly, no side reactions occur – the label and detection tags react selectively and specifically with one another. Unlike traditional chemical reactions utilizing succinimidyl esters or maleimides that target amines and sulfhydryls – functional groups that are not unique – click chemistry-labeled molecules can be applied to complex biological samples and be detected with unprecedented sensitivity due to extremely low background.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


Chemical Reactivity: Azide
Detection Method: Fluorescent
Form: Solid
Product Line: Molecular Probes®
Reactive Group: Alkyne
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature
Label Type: Classic Dyes
Label or Dye: TAMRA Isomers, TMR (Tetramethylrhodamine)
Reactive Moiety: Alkyne
Color: Orange
Molecular Weight: 467.53 Da
Solubility: DMSO (Dimethylsulfoxide)

Contents & storage

Store at ≤-20°C, desiccated and protected from light.