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IVISense 680 NHS Fluorescent Self-Quenching Dye (1 mg) (VivoTag)

Label antibodies, small molecules, proteins, or peptides with IVISense NIR fluorescent dyes.

 

PerkinElmer’s IVISense fluorescent dyes (VivoTag®) for labeling antibodies, small molecules, proteins, or peptides are designed specifically to enable customized development of novel superbright fluorescent imaging agents. Dye properties, such as excellent brightness, hydrolytic stability, and photostability, as well as selection for minimal interaction with biological tissue for no potential loss of specificity, have been optimized and validated for use in in vivo or in vitro imaging.

Available as NHS esters or maleimide reactive dyes for conjugation to either free amine (-NH3) or free thiol (-SH) containing molecules. Conjugate an optimal 1-3 dyes onto your protein or choose self-quenching dyes to make your own custom fluorogenic probes.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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IVISense 680 NHS Fluorescent Labeling Kit (VivoTag)
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Overview

IVISense 680 NHS fluorescent self-quenching dye. IVISense 680 NHS is an amine-reactive NIR fluorochrome for coupling via an NHS ester linkage to peptides, small molecules, proteins, antibodies or macromolecules. Unit size 1 mg.

Choose the right IVISense fluorescent dye for your study

Product Abs/Em (nm)  
IVISense NHS FLUORESCENT DYES
IVISense 645 NHS 643/660 Suitable for labeling free amines (typically lysine residues)
IVISense 680 NHS 665/688
IVISense 800 NHS 785/810
IVISense MAL FLUORESCENT DYES
IVISense 645 MAL 643/660 Suitable for labeling free thiols (typically cysteine residues)
IVISense 680 MAL 665/688
IVISense SELF-QUENCHING DYES
IVISense 680 NHS 673/691 When a protein is labeled with multiple IVISense Self-Quenching Dye molecules, there is a shift in the absorbance of the dye, which will reduce the signal. Only choose IVISense Self-Quenching Dyes if your labeling ratio of dye: protein will be 1:1. If multiple dyes are to be conjugated onto your protein, a non-self-quenching IVISense Dye should be used. NHS dyes are suitable for labeling free amines (typically lysine residues), while MAL dyes are suitable for labeling free thiols (typically cysteine residues).
IVISense 750 NHS 750/775
IVISense 750 MAL 750/775

Specifications

Optical Imaging Classification Fluorescence Imaging
Product Brand Name IVISense
Shipping Condition Blue Ice
Unit Size 1 mg
Wave Length 680 nm
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