Invitrogen Molecular Probes ATTO-TAG FQ Derivatization Reagent (FQ; 3-(2-Furoyl)quinoline-2-Carboxaldehyde)
Allows ultrasensitive detection of primary amines
Manufacturer: Invitrogen A10192
Recently, researchers described a simple method in which the ATTO-TAG FQ reagent was used to derivatize very dilute solutions (10-8 M) of peptides. Available as standalone product or as component of an amine-derivatization kit (A-2334). Particularly well-suited to derivatization of peptides, amino acids, aminated sugars and other amine-containing molecules for detection by capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence, as its nonfluorescent in unreacted state and reacts specifically with amines to form highly fluorescent conjugates.
Anion Detection, Cell Analysis, Cell Viability, Proliferation and Function, Ionic Homeostasis and Signaling, Protein Gel Electrophoresis, Protein Gel Staining and Imaging, Proteins, Expression, Isolation and Analysis
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature
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