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- Dark quencher with broad absorbance centred around 650 nm (550 to 750 nm)
- A key advantage of the BBQ-650® is its stability to ammonia and oxidation conditions
- Ester for post-synthetic conjugation.
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Our BBQ-650® N-hydroxysuccinimideester (BL 3010) can be utilised in the formation of a next generation Raman probe for labeling organelles in live cells. These probes formed by the reaction of BL 3010 with N,N-dimethylethylenediamine, provided unprecedentedly high signal intensity through the Resonance Raman enhancement.
We also offer versions for incorporation into oligonucleotides internally (BBQ-650™-dT, BL1010), or at the 5'-terminus (5'-BBQ-650™, BL1020 and 5'-BBQ-650™(DMT), BL1030). In addition, BBQ-650™ NHS Ester (BL3010) and BBQ-650™ TEG azide (BL3030) are available for post-synthetic labeling of amine-modified oligonucleotides.