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cAMP analogs

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    CF® Dye cAMP

    From: $110 Sizes: 100 ugCatalog #: 00036, - 00037View allHide

    CF® Dye cAMP

    CF®488A-cAMP and CF®640R-cAMP are fluorescently labeled cAMP analogs. Single molecules of fluorescently labeled cAMP have been imaged bound to the cAMP receptor on the surface of Dictyostelium cells (1).

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    CF®488A-cAMP and CF®640R-cAMP are fluorescently labeled cAMP analogs. Single molecules of fluorescently labeled cAMP have been imaged bound to the cAMP receptor on the surface of Dictyostelium cells (1).

     

    Biotin-cAMP

    From: $238 Sizes: 20 x 50 ug, 1 mgCatalog #: 00020, - 00020-1View allHide

    Biotin-cAMP

    Biotin-cAMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt is a biotin-conjugated cAMP analog that can be used to probe cAMP receptors.

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    Biotin-cAMP, diisopropylethylammonium salt is a biotin-conjugated cAMP analog that can be used to probe cAMP receptors.

     

    Cyanine 644-cAMP

    From: $397 Sizes: 20 x 50 ug, 1 mgCatalog #: 00022, - 00022-1View allHide

    Cyanine 644-cAMP

    Cyanine 644-cAMP is a fluorescently labeled cAMP analog and can be used to probe cAMP receptors. Single molecules of fluorescently labeled cAMP have been imaged as the probe binds to the receptor on the surface of Dictyostelium cells (1).

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    Cyanine 644-cAMP is a fluorescently labeled cAMP analog and can be used to probe cAMP receptors. Single molecules of fluorescently labeled cAMP have been imaged as the probe binds to the receptor on the surface of Dictyostelium cells (1).