Product ID: M1787
AlisaRed™ is a very useful redox substrate that reacts with hydrogen peroxide to produce the highly fluorescent dye resorufin with red emission (585 nm). The AlisaRed™ system can be coupled with other enzymes for ultrasensitive quantitation of a diverse assortment of analytes.
|Unit Size||1 mg|
|Alternative Names||1-(3,7-Dihydroxyphenoxazin-10-yl)ethanone, ADHP, Amplex Red®, 10-Acetyl-3,7-dihydroxyphenoxazine|
|Emission Wavelength||585 nm|
|Storage Conditions||-20C, Protect From Light, Desiccated|
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