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MB Succinimidyl Ester

The amine reactive succinimidyl ester of MB (methylene blue) can be conjugated to peptides, proteins, drugs, polymeric materials and biomolecules with primary amine groups.  The conjugate will have a blue color and be able to complex with nucleic acids.

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The amine reactive succinimidyl ester of MB (methylene blue) can be conjugated to peptides, proteins, drugs, polymeric materials and biomolecules with primary amine groups.  The conjugate will have a blue color and be able to complex with nucleic acids.  Methylene blue is a well known redox dye which can be reversibly reduced to its colorless leuco form.  Upon oxidation, the blue color of the dye is recovered.

  • C24H26BrN4O4S
  • Blue solid soluble in DMF or DMSO
  • Store at -20°C, desiccated
  • MW: 533

 

 

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