Flamma Fluor

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PolySciTech® is proud to present high quality fluorescent dyes and probes. The probes have excellent quantum yields and high brightness—to make even minute structures inside cells visible under fluorescent microscopy.

The P-series fluorescent tags attach to proteins and serve as light-emitting labels allowing the proteins to be tracked. These fluorophores bind via a vinyl sulfone functional unit to amines and thiols under slightly basic condition rendering an antibody, protein marker, or other moeity fluorescent to aid in microscope visualization.

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FPI-749 and PolyVivo intermediate AI10

cropped originals Mouse animation comparing IR/non-IR images wavelengths

This animation compares two processed images of a mouse injected with FPI-749 to produce a fluorescent subcutaneous locator in the right shoulder. The injection area was marked with indelible ink which can be seen in both the visible-light and near-infrared (IR) images. The FPI-749 appears as brightly illuminated spots in the near-IR picture. Details are available in Near-IR imaging of FPI-749 conjugated PLGA microparticles. The chart on the right shows where FPI-749's emission wavelength falls in the spectrum.

FPI-749 is available from our Flamma Fluor catalog, and the certificate of analysisPDFhas specifications. Find details on AI010 in our PolyVivo catalog and in its certificate of analysis.PDF

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