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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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Brochures & Documents
- BioActs 2017 Fluorescence Dyes and Probes Product Catalog
- BioActs Cell Imaging Probes
- In Vivo Imaging Dye & Probes
- Polystyrene Bead Technote
- BioActs Flamma Fluors Brochure
- BioActs NpFlama Series Brochure
- BioActs ApoFlamma Series Brochure
- BioActs Flamma NIR Fluors Dyes Brochure
- BioActs Flamma Fluors PS Bead Series Brochure
- BioActs Oligonucleotide Brochure
- BioActs Synthesis Service Brochure
Flamma Fluor Dyes in Stock in the USA
The dyes shown on this page are in stock in the US. We have many more dyes in our catalog that ship from South Korea.
The colors on the screen represent the actual colors, with infrared and ultraviolet shown as black.
FPI-749 and PolyVivo intermediate AI10
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.
Spectrum Color Key
These screen colors approximate the wavelength colors. Infrared and ultraviolet appear as black.