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Biotin-XX-α-Bungarotoxin

Biotinylated α-bungarotoxin is useful in the affinity column isolation of the nicotinic AChR using an avidin or streptavidin agarose (1). Nicotinic AChR labeled with biotin-XX-α-bungarotoxin can be localized using enzyme or fluorophore-labeled conjugates of avidin or streptavidin (2,3).

Product Attributes

For live or fixed cells

For fixed cells, For live/intact cells

Cell permeability

Membrane impermeant

Fixation options

Permeabilize before staining, Fix before staining (methanol), Fix before staining (formaldehyde)

Toxin

Alpha-bungarotoxin

Conjugation

Biotin

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Product Description

Biotinylated α-bungarotoxin is useful in the affinity column isolation of the nicotinic AChR using an avidin or streptavidin agarose (1). Nicotinic AChR labeled with biotin-XX-α-bungarotoxin can be localized using enzyme or fluorophore-labeled conjugates of avidin or streptavidin (2,3).

We also offer unlabeled α-bungarotoxin and CF® Dye α-Bungarotoxin conjugated to our next-generation fluorescent dyes. See our complete selection of α-Bungarotoxin Products below.

α-Bungarotoxin & Conjugates

Catalog numberSizeProductEx/Em
00010-11 mgα-BungarotoxinN/A
000170.5 mgBiotin-XX-α-BungarotoxinN/A
00002-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®405S Conjugate404/431 nm
000020.5 mg
00005-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®488A Conjugate490/515 nm
000050.5 mg
00026-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®543 Conjugate541/560 nm
000260.5 mg
00018-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®555 Conjugate555/565 nm
000180.5 mg
00006-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®568 Conjugate562/583 nm
000060.5 mg
00007-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®594 Conjugate596/614 nm
000070.5 mg
00009-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin, CF®633 Conjugate630/650 nm
000090.5 mg
00004-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin CF®640R, Conjugate642/662 nm
000040.5 mg
00003-100ug100 ugα-Bungarotoxin CF®680R, Conjugate680/701 nm
000030.5 mg
000110.5 mgα-Bungarotoxin, Fluorescein (FITC) Conjugate494/518 nm
0001310 x 50 ug
000120.5 mgα-Bungarotoxin, Tetramethylrhodamine Conjugate553/577 nm
0001410 x 50 ug
000150.5 mgα-Bungarotoxin, Sulforhodamine-101 (Texas Red®) Conjugate593/613 nm
0001610 x 50 ug
Texas Red is a registered trademark of Thermo Fisher Scientific.

References

1. J Cell Biol 125, 661-668 (1994).

2. J Biol Chem 268, 25108 (1993).

3. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 77, 4823 (1980).

 

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