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*  Cyanine
Cy5 become very popular to replace far red fluorescent dyes, because of its high extinction coefficient (as small as 1 nanomol ... Alexa Fluor dyes, Dylight, FluoProbes dyes, Sulfo Cy dyes, Seta dyes, IRIS dyes from Cyanine Technologies and others can be ... as well as the Cy7.5 dye. Sulfo-Cyanine dyes bear classically one or two Sulfo groups, rendering the Cy dye water-soluble, but ... Umezawa K, Matsui A, Nakamura Y, Citterio D, Suzuki K (2009). "Bright, color-tunable fluorescent dyes in the Vis/NIR region: ...
*  Thermal shift assay
In contrast to Thermofluor, no external fluorescent dye is needed because the flavin cofactor is already present in the flavin- ... suitable fluorescent dye; a suitable assay plate, such as 96 well RT-PCR plate. Compound solutions: Test ligands are prepared ... 0.5-5 μM protein with dye into a suitable assay buffer. The exact concentrations of protein and dye are defined by experimental ... A prominent advantage is that no reporter dyes are required to be added as tryptophan is an intrinsic part of the protein. This ...
*  Dansyl chloride
Hartley, BS; V Massey (1956). "The active center of chymotrypsin: 1. Labelling with a fluorescent dye". Biochimica et ... Some of the values are used to estimate the extent of success in attempts to conjugate the dye to a protein. Other values may ... or blue-green-fluorescent sulfonamide adducts. It can also be made to react with secondary amines. Dansyl chloride is widely ...
*  Carboxyfluorescein succinimidyl ester
CFSE was originally developed as a fluorescent dye that could be used to stably label lymphocytes and track their migration ... Parish CR, Glidden MH, Quah BJ, Warren HS (February 2009). "Use of the intracellular fluorescent dye CFSE to monitor lymphocyte ... Weston SA, Parish CR (October 1990). "New fluorescent dyes for lymphocyte migration studies. Analysis by flow cytometry and ... Carboxyfluorescein succinimidyl ester (CFSE) is a fluorescent cell staining dye. CFSE is cell permeable and covalently couples ...
*  Dick Haugland
"Molecular Probes Fluorescent Dyes and Probes webpage". "Molecular Probes: The Handbook webpage". "Invitrogen Press Release: May ... The intention of Molecular Probes was to make available for research purposes fluorescent dyes that would be of utility for ... His research at Stanford was a combination of organic synthesis of novel fluorescent dyes and experimental proofs of the theory ... While there, he continued the synthesis of novel fluorescent dyes and did fluorescence-based studies of contractile proteins. ...
*  Nile blue
Boiling a solution of Nile blue with sulfuric acid produces Nile red (Nile blue oxazone). Nile blue is a fluorescent dye. The ... "Benzophenoxazine-based fluorescent dyes for labeling biomolecules" (PDF). Tetrahedron. 62 (48): 11021. doi:10.1016/j.tet. ... These dyes aggregate in the tumor cells, especially in the lipid membranes, and/or are sequestered and concentrated in ... Nile Blue and related naphthoxazinium dyes can be prepared by acid-catalyzed condensation of either 5-(dialkylamino)-2- ...
*  6-Carboxyfluorescein
... (6-FAM) is a fluorescent dye with an absorption wavelength of 495 nm and an emission wavelength of 517 nm ... Parish, Christopher (December 1999). "Fluorescent dyes for lymphocyte migration and proliferation studies". Immunology and Cell ... The dyes are membrane-impermeant and can be loaded into cells by microinjection or scrape loading. It can be incorporated into ...
*  MAGIChip
The target molecules are labelled with fluorescent dyes. The fluorescent detection enables monitoring the process in real time ... The test sample is fluorescent labelled to monitor the molecular interactions. The analysis of molecular interaction patterns ... into one fragment to ensure proper quantification of the hybridization intensity It should allow coupling of multiple dyes On- ...
*  Fishkeeping
Historically, artificially dyeing fish was common. Glassfish, in particular, were often injected with fluorescent dyes. The ... The tail is cut off and dye is injected into the body. The piece also included the first documented evidence to demonstrate ... Hong Kong suppliers were offering a service in which fish could be tattooed with company logos or messages using a dye laser; ... that parrot cichlids are injected with coloured dye. ...
*  High Resolution Melt
This is achieved by using a fluorescent dye. The dyes that are used for HRM are known as intercalating dyes and have a unique ... This is because it is suggested that the lack of accuracy may result from "dye jumping", where dye from a melted duplex may get ... To follow the transition of dsDNA (double-stranded) to ssDNA (single-stranded), intercalating dyes are employed. These dyes ... New saturating dyes such as LC Green and LC Green Plus, ResoLight, EvaGreen, Chromofy and SYTO 9 are available on the market ...
*  Sulforhodamine 101
... (SR101) is a red fluorescent dye. In neurophysiological experiments which comprise calcium imaging methods, ...
*  SNP array
Fragmented nucleic acid sequences of target, labelled with fluorescent dyes. A detection system that records and interprets the ...
*  Dye tracing
... when the amount of the traced dye is measured by special instruments. Often fluorescent dyes are used for this purpose, ... Dye tracing is tracking and tracing various flows using dye added to the liquid in question. That is, it uses dye as a flow ... Fluorescence microscope FLEX mission Fluorescent green pig Float tracking An educational website about karst and dye tracing, ... Each dye has significant performance factors that distinguish it in different settings. These factors influence how each dye ...
*  Confocal microscopy
Biological samples are often treated with fluorescent dyes to make selected objects visible. However, the actual dye ... The authors speculate about fluorescent dyes for in vivo investigations. They cite Minsky's patent, thank Steve Baer, at the ... Also, transgenic techniques can create organisms that produce their own fluorescent chimeric molecules (such as a fusion of GFP ... green fluorescent protein with the protein of interest).Confocal microscopes work on the principle of point excitation in the ...
*  Calcofluor-white
Hoch, H.C.; C.D. Galvani; D.H. Szarowski; J.N. Turner (2005). "Two new fluorescent dyes applicable for visualization of fungal ... Calcofluor is also used as the dye in white-colored clothing, and results in the characteristic appearance under "black- ... Calcofluor-white is a special fluorescent stain that binds strongly to structures containing cellulose and chitin. In plant ...
*  Two-photon absorption
Hence, one photon imaging using fluorescent dyes is not very efficient. If the same dye had good two-photon absorption, then ... In particular, laser dyes were used, since these have good photostability characteristics. However, these dyes tend to have 2- ... The large scaling factor is introduced in order that 2-photon absorption cross-sections of common dyes will have convenient ...
*  Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism
In case both primers are labeled, different fluorescent dyes are required. While several common fluorescent dyes can be used ... or labeling both primers with a different fluorescent dye. The inability to retrieve sequences from T-RFLP often leads to the ... a rhodamine-based dye), and hexachlorofluorescein (HEX), the most widely used dye is 6-FAM. The mixture of amplicons is then ... Another modification which is sometimes used is to fluorescently label the reverse primer as well using a different dye, again ...
*  BODIPY
... , abbreviation for boron-dipyrromethene, is a class of fluorescent dyes. It is composed of dipyrromethene complexed with ... BODIPY dyes are notable for their uniquely small Stokes shift, high, environment-independent fluorescence quantum yields, often ... A. Schmitt; B. Hinkeldey; M. Wild; G. Jung (2009). "Synthesis of the Core Compound of the BODIPY Dye Class: 4,4′-Difluoro-4- ... Due to instability of the required unsubstituted dipyrromethene precursor, the unsubstituted BODIPY dye had not been prepared ...
*  Noam Weisbrod
"The use of fluorescent dyes as tracers in highly saline groundwater". Journal of Hydrology. 358 (1-2): 124-133. doi:10.1016/j. ... The use of fluorescent dyes as tracers in highly saline groundwater. Combined evaporation and salt precipitation in homogeneous ...
*  GreenSun Energy
Having absorbed the sunlight, the fluorescent dyes then re-radiate it. Interaction with the metallic nanoparticles turns light ... A mixture of dyes is used to capture and absorb a wide spectrum of available light. ... The physicists and chemists at GreenSun, led by Renata Reisfeld, coat the glass with metallic nanoparticles and dyes to cause ... Sunlight scatters its energy, but the dye/nanoparticle mix in the GreenSun process delivers plasmons and photons of the right ...
*  AnaSpec
... acquired HiLyte Biosciences, a manufacturer of fluorescent dyes, in 2003. In 2009 AnaSpec launched its new facilities ... HiLyte Fluor Dyes HiLytePlus Dyes Qxl quenchers GO Peptides SensoLyte Assay Kits Z-Fish Antibodies ClearPoint Peptide Synthesis ... Located in the Silicon Valley, it is a provider of custom and catalog research peptides[1], antibodies, dyes, assay kits, ... AnaSpec focuses on multiple technologies: peptides, detection reagents (including dyes and antibodies), combinatorial chemistry ...
*  Lucifer yellow
... is a fluorescent dye used in cell biology. The key property of Lucifer yellow is that it can readily visualized ...
*  Dark quencher
Fluorescent dyes absorb light, which places the dye in an excited state; the dye returns to the ground state from the excited ... Peng, X., Chen, H., Draney, D.R., Volcheck, W.M., A Non-fluorescent, Broad Range Quencher Dye for FRET Assays, Analytical ... Until the last few years, quenchers have typically been a second fluorescent dye, for example, fluorescein as the reporter and ... An alternative to using quenchers is to use FRET where the combination of two dyes gives a signal. Dark quenchers are dyes with ...
*  FluoProbes
Similar lines of fluorescent dyes provide an alternative to the FluoProbes Dyes. "FluoProbes Dyes" (PDF). Interchim. 2010. ... The FluoProbes series of fluorescent dyes were developed by Interchim to improve performances of standard fluorophores. They ... FluoProbes dyes are typically used to label proteins or nucleic acids (ultrafast -3 minutes- labeling of antibodies employs ... FluoProbes dyes that have comparable excitation and emission spectra to standard fluorophores such as fluoresceins, rhodamines ...
*  STED microscopy
Using two fluorescent dyes and beam pairs, colocalized imaging of synaptic and mitochondrial protein clusters is possible with ... These cells are STED fluorescent dyes bound to antibodies through amide bonds. The first use of this technique coupled MR-121SE ... Another study used a homemade STED microscopy and DNA binding fluorescent dye, measured lengths of DNA fragments much more ... "A Reducing and Oxidizing System Minimizes Photobleaching and Blinking of Fluorescent Dyes". Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 47: 5465-5469 ...
*  Neodymium
... compounds in fluorescent tube light-from left to right, the sulfate, nitrate, and chloride Neodymium compounds in ... Neodymium compounds were first commercially used as glass dyes in 1927, and they remain a popular additive in glasses. The ... Usually in daylight or incandescent light neodymium glass appears lavender, but it appears pale blue under fluorescent lighting ... but blue under white fluorescent lighting, or greenish under trichromatic lighting. This color-change phenomenon is highly ...