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Labeling & Conjugation

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G-Biosciences offer a vast array of products for protein labeling and conjugations. Both fluorescent and biotin labeling kits are available as well as products for agarose conjugation and accessories.

 

Fluorescent dyes have become a common tool in laboratories for the visualization and studying of proteins, whether they are attached directly to the protein of interest or to antibodies specific for the protein of interest. 

G-Biosciences researchers have developed two kits for the rapid and efficient labeling of proteins, including antibodies, with a fluorescent green (FITC) or red ((5/6) TAMRA-SE) dye.  Each kit is supplied with five of our single-use OneQuant™ fluorescent reagents that protect the dyes from exposure to light and minimize hands-on time.  The following evaluates labeling of two different proteins with fluorescent dyes.

 

HOOK-Biotin kits come with all the necessary reagents and equipment for optimization of reaction conditions, efficient labeling, removal of unbound biotin and quantification of biotin labeling.  In addition to highly efficient labeling, the HOOK-Biotin kits offer the advantage of being supplied with micro dialysis units and a specific Optimizer Buffer.  These greatly simplify the labeling process and ensure high levels of biotin labeling.

HOOK™ NHS-LC-LC-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which up to 3..
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HOOK™ NHS-SS-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which up to 35 a..
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HOOK™ PEG2-Iodoacetyl-Biotin reacts with protein free sulhydryl groups.   Sulfhydryl reactive reagents are more specific and react only with free sulfhydryl residues (-SH or thiol groups). The side chain of the amino acid cysteine is the most common source of free sulfhydryl groups. If..
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HOOK™ PFP-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which up to 35 are ..
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The use of biotin for non-radioactive labeling of proteins and nucleic acids has now become an increasingly popular technique in life science research. Several factors must be considered when coupling a biotin reagent to a protein to ensure a successful reaction. The primary consideration is the sel..
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HOOK™ Sulfo-NHS-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which up to 3..
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HOOK™-Sulfo-NHS-LC-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which up t..
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HOOK™ Sulfo-NHS-LC-LC-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which u..
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HOOK™ Sulfo-NHS-SS-Biotin reacts with protein primary amines.  Amines, lysine ε-amines and N-terminal α-amines, are the most abundant group in protein molecules and represent the most common target for biotinylation. For example, BSA contains 59 primary amines, of which up t..
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Biotin, a 244Da vitamin (Vitamin H) molecule, exhibits an extraordinary binding affinity for avidin (Ka=1015 M-1). Biotin and avidin interaction is rapid and once the bond is established it can survive up to 3M guanidine-hydrochloride and extremes of pH. Biotin-avidin bonds can only be reversed by d..
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Immobilized Iminobiotin Resin consists of iminobiotin, a cyclic guanido analog of biotin, covalently coupled to 6% crosslinked agarose. The resin allows for the purification of avidin, streptavidin and Neutravidin and their subsequent gentle elution using non-denaturing elution buffers.   ..
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Biotin, a 244Da vitamin (Vitamin H) molecule, exhibits an extraordinary binding affinity for avidin (Ka=10¹âµM-¹) and streptavidin (Ka=10¹âµM-¹). Biotin and (strept)avidin interaction is rapid. Once the bond is established, it can survive up to 3M guanid..
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