Skeletal formula of cadaverine
- Cadaverines can be used as fluorescent transglutaminase substrates to label proteins by transamidation. For example, TAMRA (carboxytetramethyl- rhodamine) is one of the most popular fluorophores used in various bioconjugations. TAMRA is a bright orange fluorophore. 5(6)-TAMRA is the mixture of two TAMRA isomers. 5-TAMRA cadaverine and 6-TAMRA cadaverine are the purified single isomers of 5(6)-TAMRA cadaverine mixture. They are preferred for some complicated biological applications where reproducibility is more critical than material cost since the minor positional difference between 5-isomer and 6-isomer might have biological implications.
- For information regarding the Ex/Em (nm) of each dye, please refer to our Fluorescent Probes for Protein and Nucleic Acid Labeling Handbook.
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|60648AS||Biotin cadaverine||25 mg||126,00|
|81502AS||5-FAM cadaverine||10 mg||194,00|
|81504AS||5-FITC cadaverine||5 mg||126,00|
|81506AS||5(6)-TAMRA cadaverine||10 mg||160,00|
|81507AS||5-TAMRA cadaverine||5 mg||103,00|
|81510AS||Sulforhodamine 101 cadaverine||5 mg||194,00|
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