IR 750 Fluor is a type of infrared dye that is commonly used in independent stations for various imaging applications. This fluorophore has a peak excitation wavelength of 778 nm and a peak emission wavelength of 794 nm, making it ideal for imaging in the near-infrared (NIR) region. IR 750 Fluor is known for its high brightness, stability, and low background noise, which makes it an excellent choice for in vivo imaging studies.
One of the key advantages of using IR 750 Fluor is its ability to penetrate deep tissues, allowing for non-invasive imaging of biological processes in living organisms. This feature is particularly useful in preclinical studies, where the ability to monitor disease progression or therapeutic efficacy in real-time is crucial. Additionally, IR 750 Fluor can be conjugated with a wide range of biomolecules, including antibodies, peptides, and small molecules, to facilitate targeted imaging of specific cellular or molecular targets.
IR 750 Fluor is a valuable tool for independent stations looking to perform advanced imaging studies in a variety of biological systems. Its high sensitivity, low background noise, and deep tissue penetration make it an ideal choice for a wide range of applications, including cancer research, cardiovascular disease, and neuroimaging.
IR 750 Fluor
|AP12500||IR 750 Alkyne||1038.27||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12498||IR 750 Azide||1083.32||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12496||IR 750 NHS ester||1098.28||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12497||IR 750 Maleimide||1137.36||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12499||IR 750 Picolyl Azide||1203.43||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP12501||IR 750 DBCO||1259.53||≥95%||Pricing|