Rox (Synonyms: 5(6)-Carboxy-X-rhodamine) Dye is a fluorescent dye that is widely used for quantifying nucleic acid amplification reactions, such as polymerase chain reactions (PCR) and real-time PCR. This dye is characterized by its strong fluorescence and stability, which makes it ideal for accurate and reliable quantification of nucleic acid targets in various types of samples.
In addition to its use in pharmaceutical research, Rox Dye is also commonly used in independent stations for DNA sequencing, genotyping, and gene expression analysis. This is because it can be easily incorporated into different PCR protocols and can provide precise and reproducible results across different samples and experimental conditions.
Rox (carboxy-X-rhodamine) Dye
|AP12925||ROX reference dye for qPCR||≥ (95%)||Pricing|
|AP12919||ROX alkyne, 5-isomer||571.67||≥ (95%)||Pricing|
|AP15241||ROX alkyne, 6-isomer||571.68||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12920||ROX azide, 5- isomer||616.71||≥ (95%)||Pricing|
|AP12923||ROX NHS ester, 5-isomer||631.68||≥ (80%)||Pricing|
|AP12924||ROX NHS ester, 6- isomer||631.68||≥ 80+%, balance mostly free carboxylic acid||Pricing|
|AP12922||ROX maleimide, 5-isomer||656.73||≥ (95%)||Pricing|
|AP14689||TR X NHS ester, 5-isomer||816.95||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12921||ROX DBCO, 5-isomer||835.00||≥ (95%)||Pricing|
|AP15246||ROX C3 DBCO, 5-isomer||792.936||≥ (95%)||Pricing|