CF®680R Dye Nanobody Labeling Kit
Le kit AffiLINK® CF®680R Dye Nanobody Labeling est conçu pour permettre la conjugaison du colorant CF®680R à des nanobodies.
Le colorant CF®680R est un colorant fluorescent rouge utilisé pour la visualisation et la détection de cibles biologiques.
What are the features and aspects of CF®680R Dye Nanobody Labeling Kit ?
Nanobody labeling: Nanobodies are small antibody fragments derived from camelid species, such as llamas or camels. They have unique properties that make them valuable tools in research and diagnostics. The CF®680R Dye Nanobody Labeling Kit allows for the conjugation of CF®680R dye to nanobodies, enabling visualization and detection of target molecules with red fluorescence.
CF®680R dye: CF®680R is a highly bright and photostable red-fluorescent dye. It is compatible with various fluorescence imaging techniques, including fluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry. CF®680R emits fluorescence in the red spectrum (around 680 nm), which is useful for multiplexing experiments when combined with other fluorophores emitting at different wavelengths.
Easy-to-use kit: The CF®680R Dye Nanobody Labeling Kit is designed to provide a straightforward and convenient labeling process. It typically includes all the necessary components, such as the CF®680R dye, labeling buffer, and purification columns or spin filters, to facilitate the efficient and reliable conjugation of the dye to nanobodies.
Protocols and guidelines: The kit usually includes detailed instructions and protocols specific to the labeling process. These instructions guide users through the labeling procedure, including recommended reaction conditions, labeling ratios, and purification steps. It's important to follow these guidelines carefully to ensure successful and consistent results.
Applications: The labeled nanobodies generated using the CF®680R Dye Nanobody Labeling Kit can be used in a variety of applications. These may include immunofluorescence staining, fluorescent protein tracking, cell imaging, flow cytometry, and in vivo imaging studies, among others.