The LinKine™ AbFluor™ 647 Labeling Kit is the newest product among LinKine™ conjugation kits. With the new release of this product, Abbkine makes a revolutionary step in the supply of life science research tools. We genuinely hope the LinKine™ AbFluor™ 647 Labeling Kit will provide a better choice for global scientific works in the current market.
Now Alexa Fluor dyes are frequently used as cell and tissue labels in fluorescence microscopy and cell biology. The individual members of the family are numbered according roughly to their excitation maxima (in nm). AbFluor™ 647 is a far-red fluorescent dye optimally excitable by the 633 nm argon laser line, which is a superior alternative to Cy5, Alexa Fluor 647.
During the experiment, you are bound to know that the original concentration of the molecules labelled should be more than 2mg/ml. Since it is convenient for researchers to maintain a single-use vials of reagent. The featured benefits of LinKine™ AbFluor™ 647 Labeling Kit also include highly-efficient purification, because the kit contains purification columns, which will remove the non-reacted dye and get a excellent protein recovery.
Except the purification columns, the LinKine™ AbFluor™ 647 Conjugation Kit also has Activated AbFluor 647 solution and AbFluor 647 labeling solution, all of these will do great help to carry on the experiment. The kit is definitely excellent in quality, if you are interest in it, you got the point.
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Abbkine Scientific Co., Ltd. was founded in 2012. Our mission is to help make research possible by supplying scientists worldwide with the basic research tools necessary for advancing human and animal health. We're devoting to provide innovative, high quality assay kits, recombinant proteins, antibodies and other research tools to accelerate life science fundamental research, and drug discovery. Abbkine is delighted to offer reproducible and sensitive EliKine ELISA kits for quantification of cytokines, hormones and other proteins with sandwich or competitive ELISA methods, individually.