Amine-containing dyes such as fluorescently labeled cadaverine and lysine derivatives are used to modify water-soluble biomolecules through the formation of Schiff base or reductive amination. They can also form conjugation with carboxy groups in biomolecule using water-soluble carbodiimide such as EDAC.
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5(6)-TAMRA cadaverine is a useful reagent for modifying carboxy groups via EDC-mediated reactions. I..
5-FAM cadaverine is an excellent building block to prepare fluorescent ligands for receptor binding ..
5-FAM Lysine is an excellent building block to prepare fluorescent peptides. It is also a good..
5-TAMRA cadaverine is the purified single isomer of 5(6)-TAMRA cadaverine mixture. It is often used ..
5-TAMRA Lysine is a very useful building block to prepare fluorescent bioconjugates. It is als..
6-TAMRA cadaverine is the other purified single isomer of 5(6)-TAMRA cadaverine mixture. It is..
The red-fluorescent Lissamine Rhodamine B Ethylenediamine is a mixture of isomers. It is..
Sulforhodamine 101 cadaverine is a very useful building block for preparing red fluorescent biomolec..
Sulforhodamine 101 lysine is a very useful building block for preparing red fluorescent peptides. It..