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dCTP CF® Dye Conjugates

CF® dye dCTP can be used to synthesize labeled DNA probes for in-situ hybridization, microarray or blotting applications.

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Green, Orange, Red, Far-red

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Product Description

CF® Dye dCTP can be used to synthesize labeled DNA probes for in situ hybridization, microarray, or blotting applications.

  • Synthesize exceptionally bright and photostable fluorescent DNA probes
  • Detect by fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry, or in gel
  • Compatible with fixed cells or tissue sections
  • Choice of 9 CF® dye colors from green to far-red
  • Biotium’s CF® dyes have superior brightness, photostability, and are water-soluble

Supplied in lyophilized form. Also see our CF® Dye dUTP Conjugates and TUNEL assay kits, available with a wide selection of bright and photostable CF® dyes.

Superior CF® Dyes

Biotium’s next-generation CF® dyes were designed to be highly water-soluble with advantages in brightness and photostability compared to Alexa Fluor®, DyLight®, and other fluorescent dyes. Learn more about CF® Dyes.

dCTP CF® Dye Conjugates

CF®488A dCTPCF®488A490/515 nm5 nmol40067-TPurchase 40067-T
25 nmol40067Purchase 40067
CF®532 dCTPCF®532527/558 nm5 nmol40057-TPurchase 40057-T
25 nmol40057Purchase 40057
CF®543 dCTPCF®543541/560 nm5 nmol40058-TPurchase 40058-T
25 nmol40058Purchase 40058
CF®555 dCTPCF®555555/565 nm5 nmol40027-TPurchase 40027-T
25 nmol40027Purchase 40027
CF®568 dCTPCF®568562/583 nm5 nmol40055-TPurchase 40055-T
25 nmol40055Purchase 40055
CF®594 dCTP1CF®594593/614 nm5 nmol40056-TPurchase 40056-T
25 nmol40056Purchase 40056
CF®640R dCTPCF®640R642/662 nm5 nmol40066-TPurchase 40066-T
25 nmol40066Purchase 40066
CF®647 dCTPCF®647650/665 nm5 nmol40028-TPurchase 40028-T
25 nmol40028Purchase 40028
CF®660R dCTPCF®660R663/682 nm5 nmol40068-TPurchase 40068-T
25 nmol40068Purchase 40068
1. CF®594 dCTP is not compatible with PCR labeling of DNA probes.


CF is a registered trademark of Biotium, Inc. Alexa Fluor, Texas Red, and DyLight are registered trademarks of Thermo Fisher Scientific.


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