Eosin-5-thioureidyl-m-phenylboronic acid, triethylammonium salt
Product ID: M1202
Long-wavelength fluorescent labeling agent for cis-diols (sugars) at high pH values on cell surfaces and in vitro for carbohydrate determination in glycoproteins and for HPLC analysis of sugars.
|Alternative Names||Eosin m-aminophenylboronic acid|
|Soluble In||DMSO, DMF, sl. H2O|
|Storage Conditions||-20C, Desiccated, Protect From Light|
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