Dyes With an Amine Group
CF® Dye Amines can be used to conjugate CF® dyes to carboxylic acids groups in biological molecules. Carboxylic acids can be activated using water soluble carbodiimides like EDC (EDAC) to react with amine-functionalized dyes to form a stable amide bond.
Dyes or biotin with amine groups like Lucifer Yellow Cadaverine or Neurobiotin™ are also used as fluid phase markers for neuronal tracing, as well as gap junction studies.
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