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          Reactive CF dyes (151)

          Biotium's next generation CF dyes with a selection of reactive functional groups for covalent labeling.

          Amine-reactive CF dyes and protein labeling kits (52)

          CF dyes with a succinimidyl ester (SE) group, for covalent labeling of proteins and other biomolecules containing an amine.

          Azides, alkynes, BCN, and related products (44)

          Alkyne reacts with azide to form 1,2,3-triazole by copper(I) catalyzed 1,3-dipolar Huisgen cycloaddition. BCN reacts with azide without the need for copper calalysis. Featuring Biotium's next-generation CF dyes.

          Thiol-reactive CF dyes (25)

          Thiol-reactive CF dye maleimides are for labeling molecules with a thiol group, including proteins with cysteine residues.

          Aminooxy CF dyes (13)

          Aminooxy CF dyes can react with an aldehyde or ketone group to form a stable oxime linkage, and are excellent for labeling carbohydrates or glycoproteins, which can be easily oxidized to form aldehyde functional groups.

          CF dye hydrazides (14)

          CF dye hydrazides can react with an aldehyde or ketone groups, or be microinjected as fixable polar tracers for visualizing cell morphology or cell tracking.

          Amino CF dyes (11)

          Amino CF? dyes (CF? dye amines) can be used to react with activated carboxylic acid groups