5-Aminoallyl-UTP, Sodium Salt, 10 mM Solution
5-Aminoallyl-UTP can be enzymatically incorporated into RNA for subsequent labeling with an amine-reactive fluorescent dye, biotin, or other hapten.
5-Aminoallyl-UTP (5-(3-Aminoallyl)uridine-5′-triphosphate, trisodium salt; AA-UTP) can be enzymatically incorporated into RNA. The resulting amine-containing RNA can be subsequently labeled with a fluorescent dye, biotin, or other hapten via conventional peptide coupling methods. Biotium also offers AA-UTP in lyophilized form (catalog no. 40021-1).
- 10 mM solution in TE buffer
- Store at -20°C
- MW: 605.17
1. PNAS 90, 4206 (1993).
2. J Clin Microbiol 29, 583 (1991).
3. Histochemistry 93, 191 (1989).
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