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5-Maleimido-eosin

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Product number: S5514.0100
Delivery time: 3- 8 working days
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Shipment: not cooled. Store at -20°C. For laboratory usage only!
Product information "5-Maleimido-eosin "

5-maleimido-eosin is a good photosensitizer and can be used to selectively label thiols. It has a quantum yield of 0.57 for singlet oxygen generation, which makes it useful for photoconversion of electron-rich materials such as diaminobenzidine (DAB).

5-maleimido-eosin is also used as triplet probe used for the measurment of rotational diffusion of protein in solution and in membranes, includin myosin and pyruvate dehydrogenase.

References:
M.J. King et al.: British J. Haematol. 124(1), 106 (2004)
E. Majima al.: Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1243(3), 336 (1995)
S. Ishiwata et al.: J. biol. Chem.262, 8314 (1987)
A.J.W.G. Visser et al.: Eur. J. Biochem. 121, 233 (1981).

Specifications:
Assay: >93% (HPLC)
Appearance: Orange solid
Solubility: soluble in DMF and DMSO
Fluorescence: λex 524 nm; λemm 545 in MeOH
C24H9Br4NO7
MW = 742.95 g/mol


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CAS-Nr: 150322-02-4
eclass-Nr: 30-19-60-90
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