IRDye® Peptide Labeling Application Note
Fluorescent peptides are powerful molecular tools used in a variety of in vitro and in vivo research. Covalent attachment to a fluorophore is the most common method for making a fluorescent peptide, although finding the best labeling chemistry for your particular peptide can be a difficult and costly process. To help you choose the best labeling chemistry for your needs, we have prepared a complimentary application note on synthesizing, purifying, and characterizing various types of fluorophore-labeled peptides, including more advanced designs using fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) quenching.
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