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Get glowing results with the optimal fluorescent dye

AZDyes

Alexa Fluor® Dye equivalents
Same as Alexa Fluor dyes, with multiple conjugation chemistry options, broad spectral selection, high photo-stability and signal intensity. These can be used for fluorescent labeling of antibodies, peptides, proteins, tracers, and amplification substrates for various applications

AQuora® Dyes

Bright, hydrophilic, water-soluble dyes
Conjugated with PEG spacers to increase solubility, decrease non specific binding and enable a very high degree of labeling (DOL) for complex applications such as super resolution microscopy or fluorescent labeling of low abundance targets.

Cyanine Dyes

- Photostable, bright hydrophilic dyes with various reactive groups ideal for labelling protien, peptides and oligonucleotides
- Available in sulfonated & non-sulfonated cyanines

Tamra Dyes

'- Fluorescent dye commonly used to modify / label oligos for FRET and Real Time PCR applications
- Available in formats that enable Cu-catalyzed or Cu-free click chemistry

MB Dyes

'-Bright hydrophillic dyes less susceptiple to self quenching
- Versatile dye used in various reasearch and medical application

IR Dyes

'-Photostable dyes widely used in real time imaging and tracing applications
- Available with various reactive groups that allows tagging of a variety of biomoclues

Cal Fluor dyes

'- Fluorogenic azide probes that are activated by Cu-catalyzed or metal-free click chemistry
- Enable sensitive biomolecule detection under no-wash conditions for applications that require sensitive visualizations of matabolically labelled molecules

Other Florescent Dyes & Quenchers (Replacing Classic Fluorescent dyes)

'-Fluorescent dyes & Quenchers with well documented properties in many methodologies
- MB 800z - A novel class of sterically shielded NIR dyes that are used in diagnostic and imaging applications that require high sensitivity and photostability

Expert Manufacturer

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Selection

Dye Selector Tool

350 nm

Blue-fluorescent dyes with excitation maximum near 350 nm..

405 nm

Blue-fluorescent dyes used with 407 nm or 408 nm laser lines.

430 nm

Green-fluorescent dyes with excitation near 430 nm

488 nm

Green-fluorescent dyes ideally excited by 488 nm laser line.

532 nm

Yellow-fluorescent dyes ideally suited for the frequency-doubled Nd:YAG laser line

543 nm

Orange-fluorescent dyes with excitation matching 543 nm laser line

555 nm

Orange-fluorescent dyes with excitation near 555 nm

568 nm

Red - Orange-fluorescent dyes with excitation near 568 nm

594 nm

Red fluorescent dyes with excitation near 594 nm

647 nm

Red fluorescent dyes with excitation near 647 nm

660 nm

Red fluorescent dyes with excitation near 660 nm

680 nm

Red fluorescent dyes with excitation near 680 nm

750 nm

Red fluorescent dyes with excitation near 750 nm

800 nm

Red fluorescent dyes with excitation near 800 nm

AZDyes

Generic Alexa Fluor® Dyes

MB Dyes

Bright and photostable dyes

TAMRA Dyes

Dyes based on Cu-catalyzed (alkyne) or Cu-free (DBCO) chemistry

AQuora® Dyes

Water soluble, hydrophilic dyes

Carboxyrhodamine (ROX) Dyes

Rhodamine Green Dyes

Classic Fluorescent Dyes

Fluorescein, Oregon Green® TAMRA, Rox, Texas Red

Dye Intermediates

Make derivative compounds

Cyanine Dyes

Cy® Dyes at generic price

Fluorescence Quenchers

Measure binding affinity between ligands and proteins

NHS Ester, TPF, SDP

Reactivity: amine (Lys)

Maleimide

Reactivity: thiol (Cys)

Amine

Reactivity: aldehyde, ketone, carboxylate

Alkyne

Reactivity: azide

Azide

Reactivity: cyclooctyne, alkyne

Biotin

Reactivity: Proteins

DBCO

Reactivity: Azides

Dye Intermediates

Make derivative compounds

Hydrazide

Reactivity: Aldehydes, ketones

Hydroxylamine

Reactivity: Aldehydes, ketones, organic esters

Methyltetrazine

Reactivity: Primary amines

Picolyl Azide

Reactivity: Alkyne

TCO

Reactivity: Tetrazine

Tetrazine

Reactivity: Strained alkenes, dienophiles, and isonitriles

Tyramide

Reactivity: Tyrosine residues