Product ID: M1074
This long wavelength red fluorescent labeling derivative can be used to label amino groups on proteins. It can also be used as a reversible inhibitor of the erythrocyte calcium pump as well as an effective phosphorescent probe in protein rotational studies.
|Soluble In||DMF (pH > 6 )|
|Storage Conditions||2-8C, Desiccated, Protect From Light|
|Notes||Eosin derivatives also exhibit phosphorescence with an emission maximum at ~680 nm.|
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