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Fluorescence quenchers are a class of compounds that have the ability to suppress or reduce the fluorescence emitted by a fluorophore. These molecules work by absorbing the energy that is released when a fluorophore emits light, thereby deactivating the excited state of the fluorophore and preventing further emission of light.

Fluorescence quenchers are commonly used in a variety of applications, including fluorescence-based assays, molecular imaging, and fluorescence microscopy. In these applications, fluorescence quenchers are often used as probes to monitor biological processes, detect the presence of specific molecules or ions, or to visualize specific structures or tissues.

There are several different types of fluorescence quenchers, including organic molecules, transition metal ions, and nanoparticles. Each type of quencher has unique properties that make it suitable for specific applications. For example, some quenchers may be more effective at quenching specific fluorophores or may have a greater sensitivity to changes in the local environment.

Cat# Name Structure M.W. Purity Pricing
AP14009SY-21 DBCO1091.27≥95% Pricing
AP12557SY-21 NHS ester815.34≥95% Pricing
AP14080SY-21 Azide883.06≥95% Pricing
AP12555SY-7 NHS ester791.32≥95% Pricing
AP14082SY-7 Azide859.03≥95% Pricing
AP14010SY-7 DBCO1067.24≥95% Pricing
AP12556SY-9 NHS ester914.97≥95% Pricing
AP14081SY-9 Azide1018.14≥95% Pricing
AP14011SY-9 DBCO1227.36≥95% Pricing
AP14012UBQ-1 NHS Ester586.58≥95% Pricing
AP14013UBQ-2 NHS Ester603.59≥95% Pricing
AP14015UBQ-3 NHS Ester646.31≥95% Pricing
AP14014UBQ-3 DBCO958.15≥95% Pricing

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