Table 3.2 Molecular Probes hydrazine, hydroxylamine and amine derivatives.

Derivative Hydrazines * Hydroxylamines * Cadaverines * Other Amines *
Acridone   A6289 †
Alexa Fluor 350A10439A30627A30674 
Alexa Fluor 405  A30675 
Alexa Fluor 488A10436A30629A30676 
Alexa Fluor 555A20501MP A30677 
Alexa Fluor 568A10437 A30680 
Alexa Fluor 594A10438 A30678 
Alexa Fluor 633A30634   
Alexa Fluor 647A20502A30632A30679 
Bimane   B30633

Biotin and DSB-X biotin ‡

B1603, B2600, D20653A10550 §A1594, B1596A1593, B1592, N6356
t-BOC B30300 ** M6248
BODIPY FLD2371  D2390
Cascade BlueC687  C621
CoumarinD355  A191 †
DansylD100 D113D112
Dapoxyl   D10460
2,3-Diaminonaphthalene   D7918 †
Dimethoxybenzene   D1463 †
Dinitrophenyl   D1552 *
FluoresceinC356, F121 A10466A1351, A1353, A1363
Lucifer yellowL453 A1340A1339
Naphthalene   A91, A350 †
Oregon Green 488  O10465 
PyreneP101  A6257 †
QSY 7   Q10464
Rhodamine  A1318L2424
Texas RedT6256 T2425 
* Hydrazine, hydroxylamine and aromatic amine derivatives are discussed in Reagents for Modifying Aldehydes and Ketones—Section 3.3, and aliphatic amine derivatives are discussed in Derivatization Reagents for Carboxylic Acids and Carboxamides—Section 3.4, except for D1552, which appears in Probes for Lysosomes, Peroxisomes and Yeast Vacuoles—Section 12.3. † Aromatic amines used extensively for modifying aldehydes and ketones. ‡ Biotin and desthiobiotin (DSB-X biotin) derivatives are listed in Biotinylation and Haptenylation Reagents—Section 4.2. § ARP is the abbreviation for N-(aminooxyacetyl)-N'-(D-biotinoyl)hydrazine. ** B30300 requires t-BOC deprotection by trifluoroacetic acid to generate free hydroxylamine.

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