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HiLyte™ Fluor Dyes - Brilliant!

AnaSpec, EGT Group is pleased to report that the number of publications citing the use of our patented HiLyte™ Fluor dyes now stands at more than 70, as compiled by the Stanford Highwire Press. HiLyte™ Fluor dyes are a series of excellent fluorescent labeling dyes with fluorescence emissions that span the full visible and near infrared spectrum (see Table 1).

Type of products cited include:

  1. HiLyte™ Fluor in their different reactive forms conjugated to molecules (e.g. HiLyte™ Fluor 750 maleimide conjugated to the Fab fragment of antibody)1
  2. β-Amyloid peptides labeled with HiLyte™ Fluor dyes2-4 (view listing of catalog β-amyloid peptides labeled with HiLyte™ Fluor dyes)
  3. Custom synthesis of FRET peptides using HiLyte™ Fluor as donor5
  4. HiLyte™ Fluor labeled secondary antibodies6-7 (view listing of catalog secondary antibodies labeled with HiLyte™ Fluor)
  5. AnaTag HiLyte™ Fluor Protein Labeling kits8 (view labeling kits list)


  6. Table 1. HiLyte™ Fluor dyes are available in different reactive forms.

    HiLyte™ Fluor Dye Acid Amine

    (1 mg)

    C2 Maleimide

    (1 mg)

    Hydrazide

    (1 mg)

    Succinimidyl Ester, SE

    HiLyte™ Fluor 405

     

    89318

    89320

    89319

    89317-1
    (1 mg)

    89317-5
    (5 mg)

    HiLyte™ Fluor 488

    81160

    (10 mg)

    81162

    81164

    81163

    81161-1
    (1 mg)

    81161
    (5 mg)

    HiLyte™ Fluor 555

    81250

    (5 mg)

    81252

    81254

    81253

    81251
    (1 mg)

    HiLyte™ Fluor 594

    81271

    (10 mg)

    81273

    81275

    81274

    81272-1
    (1 mg)

    81272-5
    (5 mg)

    HiLyte™ Fluor 647

    81255

    (5 mg)

    81257

    81259

    81258

    81256
    (1 mg)

    HiLyte™ Fluor 680

    81260

    (5 mg)

    81262

    81264

    81263

    81261
    (1 mg)

    HiLyte™ Fluor 750

     

    81267

    81269

    81268

    81266
    (1 mg)



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    Bibliography:

    1. Saito, N. and F. Hayashi. (2011). Single Molecule Imaging of phosphodiesterase 6 on disc membrane of frog rod photoreceptor. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 52, 56.

    2. Carlo, A-S. et al. (2013). The Pro-Neurotrophin receptor Sortilin is a major neuronal Apolipoprotein E receptor for catabolism of amyloid-b peptide in the brain. J Neurosci 33, 358.

    3. Zamolodchikov, D.and S. Strickland (2012). Aβ delays fibrin clot lysis by altering fibrin structure and attenuating plasminogen binding to fibrin. Blood 119, 3342.

    4. Liu, Z. et al. (2010). CX3CR1 in microglia regulates brain amyloid deposition through selective protofibrillar amyloid-β phagocytosis. J Neurosci 30, 17091.

    5. Fuhrmann, G. and J-C Leroux. (2011). In vivo fluorescence imaging of exogenous enzyme activity in the gastrointestinal tract. PNAS 108, 9032.

    6. Huang, J-T. et al. (2013). Hepatitis C Virus replication is modulated by the interaction of nonstructural protein NS5B and fatty acid Synthase. J Virol 87, 4994.

    7. Almog, T. et al. (2008). Identification of extracellular signal-regulated Kinase 1/2 and p38 MAPK as regulators of human sperm motility and acrosome reaction and as predictors of poor spermatozoan quality. J Biol Chem 283, 14479.

    8. Nagaraj, VJ. et al. (2011). NanoProbeArrays for the analysis of ultra-low-volume protein samples using Piezoelectric liquid dispensing technology. J Asso Lab Automation 16, 126.

     

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