Biotin succinimidyl ester
Product ID: M0785
This activated biotin derivative can be readily coupled to primary or secondary amines of analyte compounds or proteins under mild conditions. The resulting biotinylated derivatives have been widely used in streptavidin or avidin systems and labeling methods.
|Soluble In||DMSO, H2O|
|Storage Conditions||-20C, Desiccated|
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