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Fluorescent IR Dyes

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Fluorescent IR DyesThe CF® 850 and CF® 870 fluorescent IR dyes from Biotium Inc. are novel long wavelength dyes with >850 nm emission maxima for life science researchers.

With high brightness, aqueous solubility, and IR properties, the dyes represent a breakthrough in synthetic fluorescent probes. Their sensitivity, linearity, tissue penetration, and minimal autofluorescence background are beneficial for in vivo imaging, western blotting, and microscopy. In addition, the availability of probes that extend further into IR wavelengths enables greater multiplexing options for flow cytometry.

CF® 850 and CF® 870 are optimally designed for the 808-nm laser but may also be excited by the 785-nm laser.

Nov/Dec 2021

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