Avidin sulforhodamine 101 conjugate (Texas Red® Avidin equivalent)
Product ID: M1124
Used in coupled biotin-labeling assays. Since the excitation (595 nm) and emission (615 nm) maxima are well separated from those of fluorescein, this highly fluorescent conjugate can be employed with other fluorescein or coumarin conjugates to simultaneously localize two or three antigens in the same tissue section.
|Alternative Names||Texas Red® Avidin|
|Soluble In||H2O, aqueous buffers|
|Storage Conditions||-20C, Desiccated, Protect From Light|
- Alon, R., Bayer, E. A., and Wilchek, M., (1990) "Streptavidin Contains An RYD Sequence Which Mimics The RGD Receptor Domain of Fibronectin" Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 170: 1236-1241.
- Gitlin, G., Bayer, E.A. and Wilchek, M. (1987) "Studies of the biotin -binding site of avidin." Biochem. J. 242: 923-926.
- Chaiet, I. and Wolf, F.J. (1964). "The properties of streptavidin, a biotin -binding protein produced by Streptomycetes." Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 106: 1-5.
- Wood, G.S. and Warnke, R. (1981) "Suppression of endogenous avidin-binding activity in tissues and its relevance to biotin-avidin detection systems." J. Histochem. Cytochem. 29: 1196-1204.
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