TAMRA Acid is a fluorescent dye that is widely used in the field of pharmaceutical research and development. It is commonly employed as a marker for labeling biomolecules such as peptides, nucleic acids, and proteins.
One of the primary applications of TAMRA Acid is its use as a fluorescent probe for imaging and tracking biomolecules in living cells and tissues. This property has made it an indispensable tool in the study of cellular processes, such as gene expression, protein localization, and intracellular trafficking. TAMRA Acid has also been utilized in drug discovery and development as a tool for measuring enzyme activity and screening potential drug candidates.