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Cyanine Dyes, Fluorescent dyes, Click Chemistry reagents - how to - ideas - do you use?

Traz Ardagau
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Cyanine Dyes, Fluorescent dyes, Click Chemistry reagents - how to - ideas - do you use?
Wed, Jan 29, 2014, 5:41 pm CST

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Take a look at the reagents, Lumiprobe offers you
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Do you need a custom dye or wonder if a reagent will bind with what you are studying?
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Links you might find useful:

Cyanine dyes explained:
http://www.lumiprobe.com/tech/cyanine-dyes

Product Catalog of probes, fluorescent dyes and reagents
http://www.lumiprobe.com/catalog

Summary of what each reagent does
http://www.lumiprobe.com/catalog/alphabetical

Recommended Protocols
Take a look and perhaps it is something useful for your research, or learn about click chemistry
http://www.lumiprobe.com/protocols
-Click-chemistry labeling of oligonucleotides and DNA.
-NHS ester labeling of amino biomolecules.
-SYBR Green I staining of DNA in gels.
-qPCR with SYBR Green I

Ideas- Lumiprobe citation list
http://www.lumiprobe.com/citations

If Lumiprobe can help you with what you do, ask.

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Are you using click chemistry? Fluorescent dyes ?
I am always interested in reading your papers.
I have read uses from studying tuberculosis to oncology to nanotechnologies to.... I would like to read your papers,
so send me a message or point me to the pdf or abstract.
Thanks
Traz
clickchem@inbox.com

Cyanine Dyes, Fluorescent dyes, Click Chemistry reagents - how to - ideas - do you use?
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