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Biotin tracers

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    Biocytin

    From: $76 Sizes: 100 mgCatalog #: 90055

    Biocytin

    Biocytin (ε-Biotinoyl-L-lysine) is a very useful cellular tracer that can be introduced into cells by microinjection.

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    Biocytin (ε-Biotinoyl-L-lysine) is a very useful cellular tracer that can be introduced into cells by microinjection.

     

    Biocytin hydrazide

    From: $112 Sizes: 25 mgCatalog #: 90060

    Biocytin hydrazide

    Biocytin hydrazide is an aldehyde-fixable cellular tracer that can be introduced into cells by microinjection. Biocytin hydrazide can also be used to label glycoproteins or other carbohydrate molecules (See Reactive Dyes for Labeling Glycoproteins and Other Carbohydrate Molecules).

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    Biocytin hydrazide is an aldehyde-fixable cellular tracer that can be introduced into cells by microinjection. Biocytin hydrazide can also be used to label glycoproteins or other carbohydrate molecules (See Reactive Dyes for Labeling Glycoproteins and Other Carbohydrate Molecules).

     

    Biotin ethylenediamine, hydrobromide (Neurobiotin™)

    From: $79 Sizes: 25 mgCatalog #: 90057

    Biotin ethylenediamine, hydrobromide (Neurobiotin™)

    Biotin ethylenediamine, hydrobromide (N-(5-(6-((biotinoyl)amino)hexanoyl)amino)pentylmaleimide) is identical to Neurobiotin™, a useful anterograde and transneuronal tracer.

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    Biotin ethylenediamine, hydrobromide (N-(5-(6-((biotinoyl)amino)hexanoyl)amino)pentylmaleimide) is identical to Neurobiotin™, a useful anterograde and transneuronal tracer.