Streptavidin: SureLight™ APC protein assay format, 1mg

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Description

Streptavidin conjugated to SureLight™ APC – Optimized for protein interaction assays, 1mg

Binding Moiety: Streptavidin

F:P 1:1.5

Uses: Optimized for High throughput screening (HTS) and fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) assays targeting protein interactions, flow cytometry

 

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Streptavidin conjugated to SureLight™ APC – Optimized for protein interaction assays, 1mg

Binding Moiety: Streptavidin

F:P 1:1.5

Uses: Optimized for High throughput screening (HTS) and fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) assays targeting protein interactions, flow cytometry

 

Size:
1mg
Dye:
SureLight™ Allophycocyanin
Excitation max. λ:
652nm
Emission max. λ:
657.5nm
Form / Storage:
Lyophilized, Store at 4° C.
Stability:

Upon reconstitution, product should be stored at 4°C and used within 8 months.

Technical Info:

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