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Fluodyn™ APC Labeling Kit

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Fluodyn™ APC Labeling Kit

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Brightness
Brightest
Photostability
Moderate
Max Ex.
650nm
Max Em.
660nm
Laser Line
594–633
Filter
660/20

Catalog

Labeling Ability

-

Quantity

Price

APX-KPG-1100U

50-100 µg

€145.00

APX-KPG-1200U

100-200 µg

€245.00

APX-KPG-1001M

1 mg

€395.00
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OVERVIEW

Skip the secondary antibody, reduce cross-reactivity and background to improve accuracy of your detection. User friendly, our protein labeling kits are all in one, no buffer to prepare, clear proctocol, each reagent is calibrated and clearly identified to reduce errors. Your labeled protein is ready to use within 4 hours.

The kit is composed by an activated phycobiliprotein that can react with antibodies, or other proteins containing amine groups (Molecular Weight > 50kDa), by establishing stable amide bonds. The kit contains all devices and reagents to realise the labeling. After labeling, the APC conjugate is generally stable for three months when stored at 4°C in the dark.

FluodynTM labeling kits offer you precision and quality of a primary antibody with simplicty, flexibility and cost efficiency of secondary labeling solution. Their adaptable labeling abilities make them fully scalable.

Required lab equipment to realise the labeling: Centrifuge compatible with 2mL tubes, micropipettes

SPECIFICATIONS

Fluorescent Probe Fluodyn™ XL-Allophycocyanin
Exitation 650nm +/- 2nm
Emission 660nm +/- 2nm
Quantum Yield 0.68
Conjugate preparation 4 hours
Labelable protein MW >50 kDa
Storage  4°C/39°F Avoid light and freezing

DOCUMENTATION

REFERENCES

  • Glazer, A. N. Phycobilisomes: structures and dynamics. Ann Rev Microbiol 36 :173–198 (1982)
  • Kronick, M. N.The use of phycobiliproteins as fluorescent labels in immunoassay. JImm Meth 92: 1 - 13 (1986)
  • MacColl,R. and D.Guard-Friar.Phycobiliproteins.CRCPress,Inc.,Boca Raton,Florida (1987)
  • MacColl, R., K. Csatorday, D. Berns and E. Traeger.The relationship of the quaternary structure of allophycocyanin to its spectrum. Arch BiochemBiophys  208(1):42 -48 (1981)

For in vitro research use only. Not for diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.