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ELF 97 Cytological Labeling Kit

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

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SAIVI™ Alexa Fluor™ 647 Antibody/Protein 1 mg-Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Manual / Product Insert

Technical Data Sheet: CellVue™ Plum Cell Labeling Kit

Version: 14 March 2017 Rev. 10
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Alexa Fluor™ 532 Protein Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Silencer™ siRNA Labeling Kit with FAM dye

Limited Use Label License
479
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Manual / Product Insert

SelectFX Alexa Fluor 488 Endoplasmic Reticulum Labeling Kit

Version: 05-31-2007
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Alexa Fluor™ 647 Oligonucleotide Amine Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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  • A20196(Discontinued)

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Alexa Fluor™ 350 Protein Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Product FAQ

My samples are not labeling well when using the KinaseMax 5' End-Labeling Kit, but the positive control works. What could be the problem?

Answer

There may be an inhibitor in the nucleic acid substrate. If needed, clean up the nucleic acid you want to label with a phenol: chloroform: isoamyl alcohol extraction followed by spin-column purification. Alternatively, the 5' end of the RNA may be inaccessible because of tertiary structure. In this case, try heating the RNA to 90°C for 5 minutes, then place it immediately on ice just before the reaction.

Answer Id: E8110

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DyLight™ 594 Microscale Antibody Labeling Kit

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358
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User Guide: TMTpro Mass Tag Labeling Reagents and Kits

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

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DyLight™ 350 Microscale Antibody Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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  • 62276(Discontinued)

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Novel Solid-phase Antibody Labeling Using APEX Antibody Labeling Kits

Version: B30757 B30758 09-18-2009
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Manual / Product Insert

Mammalian Lumio Gateway Vectors with Lumio In-Cell Labeling Kits

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

Manual / Product Insert

User Guide: Pierce NHS-Fluorescein Antibody Labeling Kit

Version: Jan. 2015
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Manual / Product Insert

Technical Data Sheet: CellVue™ NIR815 Cell Labeling Kit

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

User Guide: Biotin DecaLabel DNA Labeling Kit

Version: Jan. 2015

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Alexa Fluor™ 568 Protein Labeling Kit

Limited Use Label License
358
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Manual / Product Insert

Alexa Fluor 594 Protein Labeling Kit

Version: 08-24-2004
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Product Literature

Brochures & Specifications: Arcturus® Turbo Labeling™ Kits

Manual / Product Insert

User Guide: DyLight 680-4xPEG Microscale Antibody Labeling Kit

Version: Jan. 2015
Catalog #
  • 53077(Discontinued)

Manual / Product Insert

SAIVI Rapid Antibody Labeling Kits

Version: 06-21-2007

Manual / Product Insert

Zenon Pacific Orange Mouse IgG Labeling Kits

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

Manual / Product Insert

Technical Data Sheet: CellVue™ Jade Cell Labeling Kit

Version: 14 March 2017 Rev. 10
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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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Product FAQ

What is included in the Zip Alexa Fluor Rapid Antibody Labeling kits?

Answer

Each kit contains 3 vials of solid sodium bicarbonate (Zip buffer reagent, Component A), 3 vials of the Alexa Fluor reactive dye (Component B), and a Quick Reference Card. Sufficient reagents are provided to label 100 µg of antibody per reaction (100 µL of a 1 mg/mL antibody solution), 3 reactions per kit.

Answer Id: E16817

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Image-iT LIVE Intracellular Membrane and Nuclear Labeling Kit

Version: 06-19-2007
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Quick Ref: Protein Labeling Kits

Version: MAN0009630 Rev A (11 January 2017)

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

Version: JAN.2017
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