spektrum

DY-630

Absorption / emission max.:

  • 636 nm / 657 nm(in Ethanol)

Molar absorbance:

  • 200.000 M-1cm-1

Comments:

  • Soluble in methanol, ethanol, DMF, DMSO
  • Bright solid state emission
  • Suitable for microarray experiments,
    FisH microscopy, gel electrophoresis
  • Betainic dye (neutral)
  • DY-630

    DY-630

  • DY-630 Diagram

    DY-630 Diagram

  • DY-630 Structure

    DY-630 Structure

Literature

Schneider E., Mayer M., Ziemek R., Li L., Hutzler C., Bernhardt G., Buschauer A., A Simple and Powerful Flow Cytometric Method for the Simultaneous Determination of Multiple Parameters at G Protein-Coupled Receptor Subtypes, ChemBioChem, 7(2006)1400–1409.

Khaiseb S., Sydler T., Zimmermann D., Pospischil A., Sidler X., Brugnera E., Coreplication of the Major Genotype Group Members of Porcine Circovirus Type 2 as a Prerequisite to Coevolution May Explain the Variable Disease Manifestations, J. Virol., 85(2011)11111-11120.

Cohen B, lvarez C. M. A., Carmona N. A., Organero J. A., Douhal A., Single molecule photobehavior of a chromophore interacting with silica-based nanomaterials, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 13(2011)1819–1826.

Khaiseb S., Sydler T., Zimmermann D., Pospischil A., Sidler X., Brugnera E., Porcine circovirus 2 major genotype group members’ co-replication as a  prerequisite to co-evolution that may explain the variable disease manifestations, J. Virol. doi:10.1128/JVI.05156-11.

Behrendt J. M., Nagel D., Chundoo E., Alexander L. M., Dupin D., et al., Synthesis and Characterization of Dual-Functionalized Core-Shell Fluorescent Microspheres for Bioconjugation and Cellular Delivery. PLoS ONE 8(3): e50713. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050713.

Wanga X., Hinza M., Vogelsang M., Welsch T., Kaufmann D., Jones H., A new approach to detecting biologically active substances with evanescent-wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy, Chemical Physics Letters, 67(2008)9–13.

Michalakis S., Geiger H., Haverkamp S., Hofmann F., Gerstner A., Biel M., Impaired Opsin Targeting and Cone Photoreceptor Migration in the Retina of Mice Lacking the Cyclic Nucleotide-Gated Channel CNGA3, Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 46(2005)1516-1524.

Michalakis S., Reisert J., Geiger H., Wetzel C., Zong X., Bradley J., Spehr M., Hüttl S., Gerstner A., Pfeifer A., Hatt H., Yau K.-W., Biel M., Loss of CNGB1 Protein Leads to Olfactory Dysfunction and Subciliary Cyclic Nucleotide-gated Channel Trapping, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 281(2006)35156-35166.

Michalakis S., Mühlfriedel R., Tanimoto N., Krishnamoorthy V., Koch S.,  Fischer D., Becirovic E., Bai L., Huber G., Beck S. C., Fahl E., Büning H., Paquet-Durand F., Zong X., Gollisch T., Biel M,  Seeliger M. W., Restoration of Cone Vision in the CNGA3?/? Mouse Model of Congenital Complete Lack of Cone Photoreceptor Function, Molecular Therapy 18(2010)2057–2063.

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Available Modifications

Available Modifications Molecular Weight (g • mol-1) Molecular formula Productnumber MSDS
Carboxylic acid 634.84 C36H46N2O6S 630-00 Download
NHS-ester 731.92 C40H49N3O8S 630-01 Download
Amino-derivative 713.38 C38H53N4O5SCI 630-02 Download
Maleimide 756.97 C42H52N4O7S 630-03 Download
dUTP 1163.78 C48H60N5O19P3S * 4Li 630-34 Download

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