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Atto 647N Protein Labeling Kit


Quality Level




λex 647 nm; λem 661 nm in 0.1 M phosphate buffer, pH 7.0 (recommended)

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General description

This kit contains sufficient amounts of reactive dye, buffers and protein purification sets for performing five labeling reactions (1 mg protein each) and for the subsequent purification of the labeled protein.

Legal Information

This product is for Research use only. In case of intended commercialization, please contact the IP-holder (ATTO-TEC GmbH, Germany) for licensing.

Storage Class Code

10 - Combustible liquids



Flash Point(F)

Not applicable

Flash Point(C)

Not applicable

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Morphogenesis, tumor formation, and wound healing are regulated by tissue rigidity. Focal adhesion behavior is locally regulated by stiffness; however, how cells globally adapt, detect, and respond to rigidity remains unknown. Here, we studied the interplay between the rheological properties
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STED nanoscopy. A glimpse into the future.
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Fluorescence lifetime imaging with pulsed diode laser enabled stimulated emission.
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