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- Alkyne Phosphoramidite, 5'-terminalCatalog No. :A8149used for the synthesis of oligonucleotides ready for Click chemistryPhosphoramidite for the synthesis of oligonucleotides with 5'-terminal alkyne for Click Chemistry.
- Cy5.5 alkyne (non-sulfonated)Catalog No. :A8263Far red/near infrared dye for Click Chemistry labeling
- Fas C- Terminal TripeptideCatalog No. :A1029AC-SER-LEU-VAL-OH
Fas C- Terminal Tripeptide,(C16H29N3O6), a tri-peptide with the sequence AC-SER-LEU-VAL-OH, it’s the C-terminal tripeptide of Fas, MW= 359.4.
- Amyloid Precursor C-Terminal PeptideCatalog No. :A1004For beta amyloid generation
Amyloid precursor c-terminal peptide (APP) (C86H118N20O27S) has the amino acid sequence Gly-Tyr-Glu-Asn-Pro-Thr-Tyr-Lys-Phe-Phe-Glu-Gln-Met-Gln-Asn.
- Alkyne Amidite, hydroxyprolinolCatalog No. :A8148For synthesis of alkyne-modified oligonucleotidesPhosphoramidite for the synthesis of alkyne-modified oligonucleotides. Oligonucleotides can be used for Click Chemistry modification (see the protocol).
- Cy5 alkyne (non-sulfonated)Catalog No. :A8131used for Click chemistry to label any molecule bearing azide group.Cy5 alkyne for Click Chemistry. With this product, deeply colored, and photostable Cy5 fluorophore can be attached to various molecules via Click Chemistry reaction with azides.
- Cy3 alkyne (non-sulfonated)Catalog No. :A8130used for Click chemistry to label any molecule bearing azide group.Cy3 alkyne is a fluorophore ready for the use in Click Chemistry reaction.
- Cy3.5 alkyne (non-sulfonated)Catalog No. :A8262dye alkyne for click chemistry
- Long trebler phosphoramiditeCatalog No. :A8151Reagent for oligonucleotide synthesisLong trebler phosphoramiditeLong trebler phosphoramidite is a branching reagent for oligonucleotide synthesis allowing to synthesize branched DNA structures using standard DNA synthesizer.
- Pyrene phosphoramidite dUCatalog No. :A8152Fuorescent oligoDNA probePyrene is polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon which is well-known for its ability to intercalate into DNA.