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Biotin Methyltetrazine

Biotin with methyltetrazine reacts with cyclooctene (TCO, methylcyclopropene) labeled molecule via copper free click chemistry.

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Biotin with methyltetrazine reacts with cyclooctene (TCO, methylcyclopropene) containing molecules via copper free click chemistry. This copper free bioorthogonal reaction is useful for labeling live cells, or when there are concerns about native protein function loss with copper in cell extracts.

 

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