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Carboxyrhodamine 110-C6-Maleimide, 5 and 6 isomers

CR110-C6-maleimide (full name: 5(6)-Carboxyrhodamine 110-C6-maleimide) is a maleimide derivative of the green fluorescent dye carboxyrhodamine 110.

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502/524 nm

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CR110-C6-maleimide (full name: 5(6)-Carboxyrhodamine 110-C6-maleimide) is a maleimide derivative of the green fluorescent dye carboxyrhodamine 110. The dye has spectral properties (λ ExEm (MeOH) = 502/524 nm) similar to those of fluorescein (fluorescein-5-maleimide, for example), but the photostability of the dye is among the best of all green fluorescent dyes. Thus, the dye is a superior green fluorescent dye for labeling thiols.

  • Orange red solid soluble in DMF or DMSO
  • Store at -20°C and protect from light, especially in solution
  • C31H28N4O6
  • MW: 552.59

 

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