CF®DI dye hydrazides react with carbonyl moieties of aldehyde or ketone groups. They are size- and charge-matched for detection of protein carbonylation by fluorescence two-dimensional differential gel electrophoresis (2D-DIGE).
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CF® Dye Hydrazide
Fluorescent CF® dye hydrazides are bright, extremely water-soluble, nontoxic molecules, useful as aldehyde-fixable cell tracers. They can also be used to label aldehyde or ketone groups of polysaccharides, carbohydrates or glycoproteins.
Biocytin hydrazide is an aldehyde-fixable cellular tracer that can be introduced into cells by microinjection. Biocytin hydrazide can also be used to label glycoproteins or other carbohydrate molecules (See Reactive Dyes for Labeling Glycoproteins and Other Carbohydrate Molecules).
CF® Dye Aminooxy
CF® dyes with an aminooxy reactive group are useful for fluorescently labeling aldehyde or ketone groups on target molecules such as polysaccharids, glycoproteins or antibodies.
Cyanine Dye Aminooxy
Cyanine dyes with an aminooxy reactive group are useful for fluorescently labeling aldehyde or ketone groups on target molecules such as polysaccharids, glycoproteins or antibodies. We offer Cyanine 555 and Cyanine 647, structurally identical to Cy®3 and Cy®5 respectively, from GE Healthcare.
Aniline, 10X in Acetate Buffer
Aniline, 10X in acetate buffer is designed to use as catalytic reagent for the optimal coupling of protein carbonyls with aminooxy compounds.