Product FAQ

What is the average degree of labeling that can be expected with the Silencer siRNA Labeling Kit?

Answer

For a 21-nt siRNA, you can normally expect to label the siRNA with a base:dye ratio of approximately 40, which corresponds to about 50% of the total siRNA molecules being labeled.

Answer Id: E2879

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ELF 97 Cytological Labeling Kit

Version: 06-26-2006
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  • E6603(Discontinued)

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Alexa Fluor™ 546 Protein Labeling Kit

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358
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mirVana™ miRNA Labeling Kit Instruction Manual

Version: 0802C
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  • AM1562(Discontinued)

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DyLight™ 405 Antibody Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Alexa Fluor 680 Protein Labeling Kit

Version: 06-19-2007
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User Guide: TMTpro Mass Tag Labeling Reagents and Kits

Version: B.0
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  • A44518
  • A44520
  • A44519(Blocked)
  • A44521(Blocked)
  • A44522(Blocked)

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Technical Data Sheet: CellVue™ Plum Cell Labeling Kit

Version: 14 March 2017 Rev. 10
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Manual / Product Insert

Amino Allyl cDNA Labeling Kit Instruction Manual

Version: 0804C
Catalog #
  • AM1705(Discontinued)

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APEX Antibody Labeling Kits

Version: 07-28-2010

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Package Inserts: HT WT Terminal Labeling Kit

Version: 702817 Rev. 4 (06Sep2017)

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SelectFX Nuclear Labeling Kit

Version: 12-07-2005
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Quick Ref: SiteClick Biotin Antibody Labeling Kit

Version: MAN0016807 Rev A (27 Mar 2017)
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Alexa Fluor™ 488 Antibody Labeling Kit

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358
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Manual / Product Insert

Technical Data Sheet: CellVue™ Burgundy Cell Labeling Kit

Version: 14 March 2017 Rev. 10
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Alexa Fluor™ 488 Oligonucleotide Amine Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Manual / Product Insert

Zenon Pacific Orange Mouse IgG Labeling Kits

Version: 10-14-2005
Catalog #
  • Z25256(Discontinued)
  • Z25257(Discontinued)

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DyLight™ 633 Microscale Antibody Labeling Kit

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358
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Zenon™ Alexa Fluor™ 488 Mouse IgG1 Labeling Kit, enhanced with TSA™ technology

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372
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Product Literature

Brochures & Specifications: Arcturus® Turbo Labeling™ Kits

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Zenon Goat IgG Labeling Kits

Version: 06-19-2007
Catalog #
  • Z25608
  • Z25602(Discontinued)
  • Z25605(Discontinued)
  • Z25606(Discontinued)
  • Z25607(Discontinued)

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Manuals: FlashTag™ Biotin HSR RNA Labeling Kit for GeneChip™ miRNA Arrays

Version: JAN.2017
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DyLight™ 755 Antibody Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Alexa Fluor Oligonucleotide Amine Labeling Kits

Version: 02-01-2006
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Mammalian Lumio Gateway Vectors with Lumio In-Cell Labeling Kits

Version: 250699 Version D 12/09/10
Catalog #
  • 12589016
  • 12589024(Discontinued)
  • 12589032(Discontinued)

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User Guide: ULYSIS Nucleic Acid Labeling Kits

Version: MAN0002212 Rev A.0 (16 January 2015)
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Product FAQ

I want to use an Alexa Fluor Antibody Labeling kit to label my antibody. The antibody has histidine and glycine in the stock solution. Will this be a problem?

Answer

Yes. The reactive dye in the kit reacts with primary amine groups on histidine and glycine. This can result in less labeling of the antibody. The histidine and glycine must be removed, such as with dialysis or a desalting column. Other components that can interfere include BSA, gelatin, and Tris buffers.

Answer Id: E6419

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Pacific Blue Protein Labeling Kit

Version: 08-16-2005
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Alexa Fluor™ 660 Protein Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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ARES™ Alexa Fluor™ 546 DNA Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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  • A21667(Discontinued)