Molecular Probes FISH Tag RNA Green Kit, with Alexa Fluor 488 dye
FISH Tag RNA Green Kit, with Alexa Fluor 488 dye
Manufacturer: Molecular Probes F32952
DescriptionFISH Tag RNA Kits provide a complete workflow solution for fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) applications. Each kit provides all of the reagents needed for probe synthesis, labeling, and purification, as well as for imaging the labeled specimen. Choose from FISH Tag RNA Kits in two Alexa Fluor colors or get the FISH Tag RNA Multicolor Kit, which contains four spectrally distinct dyes to allow simultaneous localization of multiple sequence-specific RNA species in cells, tissues, and whole embryo mounts.
FISH Tag Kit Specifications:
Complete Workflow Solution for FISH
FISH Tag Kits employ a two-step labeling technologynick translation to enzymatically incorporate an amine-modified nucleotide (aminoallyl dUTP) followed by chemical labeling with Alexa Fluor dyes. PureLink nucleic acid purification technology is used for fast and efficient purification of the labeled probe, and SlowFade Gold antifade reagent is added to preserve the fluorescent signal during imaging.
More Options for Nucleic Acid Labeling
To review various options for nucleic acid labeling (including DNA and RNA FISH), review Labeling Oligonucleotides and Nucleic AcidsSection 8.2 in the Molecular Probes Handbook.
For Research Use Only. Not intended for human or animal therapeutic or diagnostic use.
|Alexa Fluor™ 488|
|Store in freezer (-5 to -30°C) and protect from light.|
|Alexa Fluor™, FISH Tag™|
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.