TAMRA NHS Ester is a reactive dye that is used in labeling proteins, antibodies, and other biomolecules. It is a derivative of the TAMRA dye, which stands for 6-carboxytetramethylrhodamine, and is linked to an amine-reactive NHS ester group.
The NHS ester group is a reactive group that can be used to attach the dye to biomolecules, such as proteins and antibodies. The TAMRA NHS Ester dye has a bright fluorescence when bound to the biomolecule, which can be used in various applications, such as flow cytometry, imaging, and fluorescence microscopy.
TAMRA NHS Ester
|AP10625||5-TAMRA NHS Ester||527.53||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP10709||5(6)-TAMRA NHS Ester||527.53||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12917||TAMRA NHS ester, 5-isomer||527.53||≥ (95%)||Pricing|
|AP14007||TAMRA NHS ester, 6-isomer||527.53||≥95%||Pricing|