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Flubi-2

Flubi-2 is the hydrolyzed product of the site-directed fluorogenic probe Flubida-2 (#51022) and can be used as a standard for calibration.

Product Attributes

Cell permeability

Membrane impermeant

pKa

pKa 6.5

Indicator type

Ratiometric

Colors

Green

Excitation/Emission

492/517 nm

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Product Description

Flubi-2 is the hydrolyzed product of the site-directed fluorogenic probe Flubida-2 (#51022) and can be used as a standard for calibration. The dye can also be microinjected into cells to probe the local pH where avidin fusion proteins are located.

  • λExEm: 492/517 nm (pH 9)
  • Yellow solid soluble in DMSO
  • Store at -20°C
  • C39H44N4O8S
  • MW: 728.85

References

1. Chemistry and Biology 7, 197 (2000).

 

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