Fluorescent Alkynes

Compared with other traditional crosslinking methods used in biological research, one of the biggest advantages about click chemistry method is high selectivity.  The Cu(I)-catalyzed 1,3-dipolar Huisgen cycloaddition of alkynes and azides is a bio-orthogonal reaction.  Neither alkynes nor azides occur in cells, and they react only with each other, resulting in minimal background or side reactions.  The following alkyne-containing fluorescent dyes can be used in the Cu(I)-catalyzed click chemistry reaction of alkynes and azides.

 


Cy5 alkyne

Cy5 alkyne

Cy5 alkyne (5mg)..

$199.00 Ex Tax: $199.00

Cy7 alkyne, disulfo

Cy7 alkyne, disulfo

Cyanine 7 (Cy7) dyes are widely used for labeling peptides, proteins and oligos etc. Cy7 dye conjuga..

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Sulforhodamine 101 alkyne

Sulforhodamine 101 alkyne

Sulforhodamine 101 alkyne (Texes Red alkyne) is an excellent azide-reactive fluorescent reagent for ..

$149.00 Ex Tax: $149.00

Sulforhodamine 101 PEG3 alkyne

Sulforhodamine 101 PEG3 alkyne

Sulforhodamine 101 PEG3 alkyne (Texes Red PEG3 alkyne) is an excellent azide-reactive fluorescent re..

$99.00 Ex Tax: $99.00

Sulforhodamine B alkyne

Sulforhodamine B alkyne

Sulforhodamine B alkyne (Lissamine rhodamine B alkyne) is an excellent azide-reactive fluorescent re..

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Sulforhodamine B PEG3 alkyne

Sulforhodamine B PEG3 alkyne

Sulforhodamine B PEG3 alkyne (Lissamine rhodamine B PEG3 alkyne) is an excellent azide-reactive fluo..

$99.00 Ex Tax: $99.00

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