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5-FAM [5-Carboxyfluorescein] *CAS 76823-03-5*

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Chemical structure for 5-FAM [5-Carboxyfluorescein] *CAS 76823-03-5*.
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Ex/Em (nm) 494/521
MW 376.32
CAS # 76823-03-5
Solvent DMSO
Storage F/D/L
Category Peptides Synthesis
Peptide Labeling Reagents
Related Carbonyl-Reactive Biotins
Amine-Reactive Probes
Biochemical Assays
5-FAM is the purified single isomer of carboxyfluorescein. It is one of the most popular green fluorescent reagents used for labeling peptides, proteins and nucleotides. It has been predominantly used to develop a variety of green fluorescent peptides that can be excited with the 488 nm line of the Ar laser. It has also been used to prepare various small fluorescent molecules.




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