An orange-red fluorescent 3′-end chain terminator in Sanger sequencing.
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5-Aminoallyl-dUTP (AA-dUTP), 10 mM solution
5-Aminoallyl-dUTP (AA-dUTP) can be enzymatically incorporated into DNA. The resulting amine-containing DNA can be subsequently labeled with a fluorescent dye, biotin or other haptens via conventional peptide coupling method.
Cyanine Dye dUTP
Fluorescent dUTP can be used to synthesize labeled DNA probes for in-situ hybridization, microarray or blotting techniques. Cyanine 555 is structurally identical to Cy®3, and Cyanine 647 is structurally identical to Cy®5.
TUNEL Assay Apoptosis Detection Kit
The CF® dye TUNEL Assay Apoptosis Detection Kit label apoptotic cells in fixed tissue sections or cellular samples for fluorescence microscopy or flow cytometry.
dUTP CF® Dye Conjugates
Labeled with our superior CF® dyes, dUTP conjugates can be used for TUNEL assay or to synthesize labeled DNA probes for in situ hybridization and nucleic acid blotting applications.
dCTP CF® Dye Conjugates
CF® dye dCTP can be used to synthesize labeled DNA probes for in-situ hybridization, microarray or blotting applications.
Biotin-11-dCTP, 1 mM Solution
Biotin-11-dCTP (Biotin-11-2′-deoxycytidine-5′-triphosphate, tetralithium salt) can be enzymatically incorporated into DNA via nick translation, random priming, or 3'-end terminal labeling. The number 11 is the number of atoms in the linker between biotin and dCTP.