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Aminooxy-5(6)-FAM

Our aminooxy reagents such as aminooxy-5(6)-FAM react with aldehydes or ketones to form a stable hydrazone compound under mild conditions. Similar to ARP (90073), aminooxy-5(6)-FAM can be used to label abasic sites in damaged DNA.

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Our aminooxy reagents such as aminooxy-5(6)-FAM react with aldehydes or ketones to form a stable hydrazone compound under mild conditions. Similar to ARP (#90073), aminooxy-5(6)-FAM can be used to label abasic sites in damaged DNA.

  • λExEm(pH9) = 494/521nm
  • Orange solid soluble in DMF, DMSO, or pH >6.5 buffers
  • Store at -20°C and protect from moisture and light
  • C26H21F3N2O9
  • MW: 562.5

 

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