TAMRA Cadaverine is a small molecule fluorescent probe that is commonly used in pharmaceutical research and development. It is a derivative of the naturally occurring polyamine, Cadaverine, and is functionalized with the fluorescent dye, TAMRA (carboxytetramethylrhodamine).
TAMRA Cadaverine is primarily utilized as a labeling reagent for biological molecules, including proteins and nucleic acids. Its fluorescent properties allow for the visualization and tracking of these molecules in vitro and in vivo, making it a valuable tool for studying biological processes and interactions. Additionally, TAMRA Cadaverine has been used in the development of drug delivery systems and as a biomarker for disease diagnosis.
One of the unique characteristics of TAMRA Cadaverine is its ability to be used as an independent station. This means that it can be added to a biological system without requiring the use of other probes or markers. This independence allows for a more streamlined experimental design, reducing the potential for experimental artifacts and simplifying data interpretation.
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