Near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent agent for in vivo imaging and other applications.
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VivoTag® 645 Fluorochrome is an amine-reactive near infrared (NIR) fluorochrome for coupling via a NHS ester linkage to peptides, small molecules, proteins, antibodies or macromolecules. Quantity = 5 mg.
|Fluorescent Agent Type||Labeling|
|Optical Imaging Classification||Fluorescence Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||VivoTag|
|Quantity in a Package Amount||1.0 Units|
|Shipping Condition||Blue Ice|
|Unit Size||5 mg|
|Wave Length||645 nm|
VivoTag® 645 is a red fluorescent labeling agent containing an N-hydroxysuccinimide (NHS)-ester. Labeling reagents, such as VivoTag 645 reagent, are commonly used for labeling proteins. The NHS ester moiety on VivoTag 645 reacts with amino groups to form amide bonds. Lysines within proteins, including antibodies, are available as targets for this chemical conjugation.,Protein labeling efficiency may vary depending upon the type of protein labeled, so different conjugation ratios may need to be attempted to attain success. For red fluorophore conjugation, ratios of fluorophore to protein of 4:1 have been seen to generate effective imaging agents. Not all antibodies or proteins (independent of target specificity) make good imaging agents, due to long half-lives and/or excessive accumulation in non-target sites.
Complete suite of in vivo fluorescence tomography imaging solutions from PerkinElmer lets you discover more about biological targets, processes and pathways, directly in the living animal.
VivoTag® 645 is an amine reactive red fluorochrome (NHS ester) for molecular labeling applications.VivoTag 645 enables optimized and integrated imaging applications in both in vivo and in vitro applications. VivoTag 645’s superior brightness makes it particularly well suited for the labeling and imaging of proteins, antibodies, and small moleculesin a wide range of research areas.