Molecular Probes ARP (N-(aminooxyacetyl)-N'-(D-Biotinoyl) hydrazine, Trifluoroacetic Acid Salt)
ARP (N-(aminooxyacetyl)-N'-(D-Biotinoyl) hydrazine, Trifluoroacetic Acid Salt)
Manufacturer: Molecular Probes A10550
DescriptionARP (Aldehyde-Reactive Probe) is a biotinylated hydroxylamine that reacts with the exposed aldehyde group formed at abasic sites in damaged DNA. The biotins bound to the abasic sites can then be quantitated with fluorescent or enzyme-conjugated streptavidin complexes. ARP is suitable for use in microplate assays.
|ARP (N-(Aminooxyacetyl)-N'-(D-Biotinoyl) Hydrazine, 10mg, Colourless, 445.41 Molecular Weight, Biotin Dye, Aldehyde, Carboxylic Acid, Ketone Chemical Reactivity, –5 to –30°C Storage, Used For Cell Viability, Proliferation and Function, Lab|
|Cell Viability, Proliferation and Function, Labeling Chemistry, Protein Labeling and Crosslinking|
|ARP (N-(aminooxyacetyl)-N'-(D-Biotinoyl) hydrazine|
|–5 to –30°C|
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