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Fluorescent Labeling

  • Overview
  • Examples

 

Fluorescence technologies have been widely used in the diagnostic and detection fields, for drug screening and discovery, and as life science research tools. They rely on the excitation of the electrons of a fluorescent compound by UV light and the emission of light at a lower energy. Two types of fluorescent compounds are often used for bioconjugation: small organic fluorescent compounds, such as fluorescein, and fluorescent proteins that contain a covalently bound chromophore, such as phycobilliprotein. Both types can be used to label antibodies, proteins, and other biomolecules for detection purposes. Most of the common fluorescent compounds are very hydrophobic and not very stable. At CellMosaic, we have extensive experience in synthesizing fluorescent compounds and conjugating fluorescent compounds to biomolecules. We can help customers with any special fluorescent labeling needs.

At CellMosaic, we carry some fluorescent labeled products, please click here to check some of our products.

CellMosaic also has Personalized Conjugation Kits (PerKit™) for fluorescent labeling, please click here to learn our PerKit™ fluorescent labeling kits.

For large scale or project beyond the scope of PerKit™ configuration, please contact us for a quote.

 

Example 1: High quality fluorescent-labeled cyclic peptide synthesized at CellMosaic.

fluorescence-labeled cyclic peptide

 

Example 2: High quality fluorescent-labeled peptide-oligo conjugate synthesized at CellMosaic.

 fluorescence-labeled peptide-oligo