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Click Chemistry has been widely used in bioconjugation, biolabeling and material sciences in pharmaceutical and biotech industry due to its mild condition and high selectivity. 
BroadPharm provides over 500 high purity Click Chemistry tools with a broad range of funcitonal groups: Azide, Alkyne, DBCO, TCO, Tetrazine, BCN...

BCN reagents (bicyclo[6.1.0]nonyne) can react with azide-tagged molecules or biomolecules via copper-free Click Chemistry.
BCN

BCN reagents (bicyclo[6.1.0]nonyne) can react with azide-tagged molecules or biomolecules via copper-free Click Chemistry.

Amine Reactive

BCN can react with azide-tagged biomolecule via Click Chemistry.


endo-BCN-PEG-alcohol

endo-BCN-PEG-alcohol is a PEG derivative containing a BCN group and a hydroxyl group.


endo-BCN-PEG-Boc-amine

endo-BCN-PEG-Boc-amine is a PEG derivative containing a BCN group and a Boc-protected amine group. The protected amine can be deprotected by mild acidic conditions.


exo-BCN-PEG-Boc-amine

exo-BCN-PEG-Boc-amine is a PEG derivative containing a BCN group and a Boc-protected amine group. The protected amine can be deprotected by mild acidic conditions.


endo-BCN-PEG-t-butyl ester

endo-BCN-PEG-t-butyl ester is a PEG derivative containing a BCN group and a t-butyl protected carboxyl group. The protected carboxyl group (COOH) prevents self coupling or polymerization under standard acid/amine or acid/hydroxyl coupling conditions. The protected acid can be deprotected by acidic or basic hydrolysis.


bis-PEG-endo-BCN

bis-PEG-endo-BCN is a PEG derivative containing two BCN groups.



DBCO (Dibenzocyclooctyne) reagents is one of the most reactive cycloalkynes for strain promoted alkyne azide cycloaddition (SPAAC), which enables Cu-free Click Chemistry.
DBCO

DBCO (Dibenzocyclooctyne) reagents is one of the most reactive cycloalkynes for strain promoted alkyne azide cycloaddition (SPAAC), which enables Cu-free Click Chemistry.

Amine Reactive

Dibenzocyclooctyne (DBCO) is one of the most reactive cycloalkynes for strain promoted alkyne azide cycloaddition (SPAAC)


Carboxyl/Carbonyl Reactive

Building blocks for derivatizing carboxylic acid with DBCO moiety.


Sulfhydryl Reactive

Sulfhydryl-specific reagents used to label reduced sulfhydryl groups with DBCO moiety.


DBCO-PEG-Alcohol

DBCO-PEG-Alcohol is a type of DBCO modification reagents containing a PEG spacer arm and a terminal primary hydroxyl group.


DBCO-PEG-DBCO

DBCO-PEG-DBCO is a PEG derivative containing an azide-to-azide group and a a hydrophilic spacer arm.


DBCO-mPEG

DBCO-mPEG is an azide-reactive PEGylation reagents.


DBCO-PEG-NH-Boc


DBCO-PEG-Phosphoramidite

discontined


TCO-PEG-DBCO

TCO-PEG-DBCO is a PEG derivative containing a DBCO moiety and a a TCO group. This reagent thus can be used to convert azido-containing biomolecules into TCO-modified biomolecules through covalently linking azido- and tetrazine-modified peptides or biopolymers.


Tetrazine-PEG-DBCO

Tetrazine-PEG-DBCO is a water-soluble PEG derivative containing an azide-to-TCO group.


DSPE-PEG-DBCO


Cyanine Labeling

DBCO-activated fluorescent reagents for detection of azide-modified molecules.


BDP Labeling

DBCO-activated BDP fluorescent reagents for detection of azide-modified molecules.


Fluorescein labeling

DBCO-activated fluorescein labeling reagents for detection of azide-modified molecules.


Rhodamine labeling

DBCO-activated rhodamine labeling reagents for detection of azide-modified molecules.



TCO reagents (Trans-Cyclooctene Reagents) can be used to label antibodies, proteins and other macromolecules via copper free Click Chemistry.
TCO

TCO reagents (Trans-Cyclooctene Reagents) can be used to label antibodies, proteins and other macromolecules via copper free Click Chemistry.

Amine Reactive

TCO moiety can be used to label antibodies, proteins and other macromolecules.


Carboxyl/Carbonyl Reactive

Labeling reagents for modification of carboxyl-containing molecules with TCO moiety.


Sulfhydryl Reactive

TCO moiety can be used to label antibodies, proteins and other macromolecules.


TCO-PEG-DBCO

TCO-PEG-DBCO is a PEG derivative containing the TCO moiety and DBCO group. DBCO enables copper free Click Chemistry.



Tetrazine reagents can be applied for many applications such as antibody labeling and protein modification. Tetrazine was found the fastest kinetics for bioorthogonal reaction with trans-cyclooctene (TCO) as the dienophile. The chemical stability of tetrazines is lower compared to methyltetrazines.
Tetrazine

Tetrazine reagents can be applied for many applications such as antibody labeling and protein modification. Tetrazine was found the fastest kinetics for bioorthogonal reaction with trans-cyclooctene (TCO) as the dienophile. The chemical stability of tetrazines is lower compared to methyltetrazines.

Amine Reactive

Tetrazine was found the fastest kinetics for bioorthogonal reaction with trans-cyclooctene (TCO) as the dienophile. The chemical stability of tetrazines is lower compared to methyltetrazines, but it is in acceptable range and thus can be applied for many applications.


Carboxyl/Carbonyl Reactive

Tetrazine was found the fastest kinetics for bioorthogonal reaction with trans-cyclooctene (TCO) as the dienophile. The chemical stability of tetrazines is lower compared to methyltetrazines, but in an acceptable range and can be applied for many applications.


Sulfhydryl Reactive

Tetrazine was found the fastest kinetics for bioorthogonal reaction with trans-cyclooctene (TCO) as the dienophile. The chemical stability of tetrazines is lower compared to methyltetrazines, but accepatable and can can be applied for many applications.


Tetrazine-PEG-Alkyne

Tetrazine-PEG-Alkyne is a PEG derivative containing an alkyne group and a tetrazine group. The alkynes can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield stable triazole linkages.


Tetrazine-PEG-Azide

Tetrazine-PEG-Azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a tetrazine moiety. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Tetrazine-PEG-Biotin

Tetrazine-PEG-Biotin is a biotinylated PEG derivative containing tetrazine moiety. Biotin enables protein enrichment.


Tetrazine-PEG-DBCO

Tetrazine-PEG-DBCO is a PEG derivative containing a DBCO group and a tetrazine moiety. DBCO enables copper-free Click Chemistry.


Rhodamine labeling

Rhodamine is a red-emitting rhodamine dye possessing high brightness and fluorescence quantum yield.



Alkyne reagents can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via Cu-catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.
Alkyne

Alkyne reagents can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via Cu-catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.

Amine Reactive

The alkyne can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Carboxyl/Carbonyl Reactive

The alkyne can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Sulfhydryl Reactive

The alkyne can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-alcohol

Propargyl-PEG-alcohol is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a hydroxyl group. The hydroxyl group enables further derivatization or replacement with other reactive functional groups. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-bromide

Propargyl-PEG-bromide is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a bromide group. The bromide (Br) is a very good leaving group for nucleophilic substitution reactions. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-t-butyl ester

Propargyl-PEG-t-butyl ester is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a a t-butyl protected carboxyl group. The t-butyl protected carboxyl group can be deprotected under mild acidic conditions. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-CH2CO2tBu

Propargyl-PEG-CH2CO2tBu is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a a t-butyl protected carboxyl group. The t-butyl protected carboxyl group can be deprotected under mild acidic conditions. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Alkyne-ethyl-PEG-t-Butyl ester

Alkyne-ethyl-PEG-t-Butyl ester is a PEG derivative containing alkyne group and a a t-butyl protected carboxyl group. The protected carboxyl group can be deprotected under mild acidic conditions. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-methyl ester

Propargyl-PEG-methyl ester is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a methyl protected carboxyl group. The alkyne can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-(CH2)3-methyl ester

Propargyl-PEG-(CH2)3-methyl ester is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a methyl protected carboxyl group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


t-Boc-N-Amido-PEG-propargyl

t-Boc-N-Amido-PEG-propargyl is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a t-Boc protected amine group. The t-Boc protected amine group can be deprotected under mild acidic conditions. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Bis-propargyl-PEG

Bis-propargyl-PEG is a PEG derivative containing two propargyl groups at each terminal end. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-azide

Propargyl-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing one propargyl group and one azide group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Tos-PEG-alkyne

Tos-PEG-alkyne is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and a tosyl group. The alkyne can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The tosyl is a better leaving group compared to a hydroxyl group.


Propargyl-PEG-Ms

Propargyl-PEG-Ms is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and one mesyl group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. A mesyl is a better leaving group compared to a hydroxyl group.


Propargyl-PEG-sulfonic acid

Propargyl-PEG-sulfonic acid is a PEG derivative containing an alkyne group, which can react with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-phosphonic acid

Propargyl-PEG-phosphonic acid is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group, which can react with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-thiol

Propargyl-PEG-thiol is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group, which can react with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The thiol group reacts with maleimide, OPSS, vinylsulfone and transition metal surfacess including gold, silver, etc.


Propargyl-PEG-5-nitrophenyl carbonate

Propargyl-PEG-5-nitrophenyl carbonate is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and one NPC group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. NPC is reactive towards the amino group of lysine by means of stable urethane linkages.


t-Boc-aminooxy-PEG-propargyl

t-Boc-aminooxy-PEG-propargyl is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and one t-Boc protected aminooxy group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The protected aminooxy can be deprotected under mild acidic conditions and then can be reacted with an aldehyde or ketone group to form a stable oxime linkage.


Propargyl-PEG-acrylate

Propargyl-PEG-acrylate is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and one acrylate group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The acrylate group enables Michael addition.


Propargyl-PEG-methylamine

Propargyl-PEG-methylamine is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and one methylamine group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The methylamine group is reactive with carboxylic acids, activated NHS esters, carbonyls (ketone, aldehyde) etc.


Proparyl-PEG-methane


DSPE-PEG-propargyl


1,1,1-Trifluoroethyl-PEG-Propargyl

1,1,1-Trifluoroethyl-PEG-Propargyl is a PEG derivative containing one alkyne group and one trifluoroethyl group. The propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage. The trifluoroethyl group can be used to react with lysine and other primary amine groups in proteins, antibody and other molecules and surfaces.


PEG-NH-PEG


PEG-Boc-PEG

PEG-Boc-PEG is a PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a Boc protected amine. The amine group can be deprotected under mild acidic conditions.


PEG-N-Me-PEG

PEG-Boc-PEG is a PEG derivative connected by methylated amine.


PEG-S-PEG

PEG-S-PEG is a two-arm PEG derivative linked with sulfur.


PEG-SO2-PEG

PEG-SO2-PEG is a two-arm PEG derivative linked with sulfuric acid bond.


3-arm

Multi-arm PEG, the indicated molecular weight of the multi-arm PEG is the sum of the molecular weights of all the arms.


Cleavable

This subclass of PEG derivatives contains a cleavable disulfide bond.


Propargyl-PEG-sugar

Propargyl-PEG-sugar is a Click Chemistry ready PEG derivative containing a propargyl group and a sugar group. The propargyl groups can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield stable triazole linkages. The sugar group increases solubility in aqueous media and increases selectivity of the PEGylation reaction.


Cyanine Labeling

Cyanine dyes are popular fluorescent dyes compatible with various detection techniques and standard filters. Different cyanine substituents will allow various reactive functions including Click Chemistry.


BDP Labeling

Borondipyrromethene (BODIPY) dyes are bright and photostable fluorophores.


Rhodamine labeling

Rhodamine is a red-emitting rhodamine dye possessing high brightness and fluorescence quantum yield.


Pyrene Labeling

Pyrene is a polyaromatic hydrocarbon with strong short-wavelength fluorescence, which is sensitive to microenvironment. Two pyrenes can form excimers, which can be easily observed and quantitatively estimated using fluorescent spectra.


Non-PEG linker

The following non-PEG linkers are also available at Broadpharm. Click the catalog number to see purity specifications, fluorescence information and availability.



Azide Reagents enables Click Chemistry and can be used to react with amine-containing biomolecules, modifying carboxylic acid groups, and etc.
Azide

Azide Reagents enables Click Chemistry and can be used to react with amine-containing biomolecules, modifying carboxylic acid groups, and etc.

Amine Reactive

Labeling reagents and building blocks for modification of amine-containing molecules with azido-group.


Carboxyl/Carbonyl Reactive

Azido-containing building blocks for modifying carboxylic acid groups.


Sulfhydryl Reactive

Sulfhydryl-specific reagents used to label reduced sulfhydryl groups with azides.


Azido-PEG-t-butyl ester

Azido-PEG-t-butyl ester is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a t-butyl protected carboxyl group. The protected carboxyl group (COOH) prevents self coupling or polymerization under standard acid/amine or acid/hydroxyl coupling conditions. The protected acid can be deprotected by acidic or basic hydrolysis. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-CH2CO2-t-butyl ester

Azido-PEG-CH2CO2-t-butyl ester is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a t-butyl protected carboxyl group. The protected carboxyl group (COOH) prevents self coupling or polymerization under standard acid/amine or acid/hydroxyl coupling conditions. The protected acid can be deprotected by acidic or basic hydrolysis. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-alcohol

Azido-PEG-alcohol is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a hydroxyl group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and hydroxyl group enables further derivatization or replacement with other reactive functional groups.


Azido-PEG-(CH2)3OH

Azido-PEG-(CH2)3OH is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a hydroxyl group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and hydroxyl group enables further derivatization or replacement with other reactive functional groups.


Azido-PEG-azide

Azido-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing two azide groups. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-phosphonic acid

Azido-PEG-phosphonic acid is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a phosphonic acid. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and the phosphonic acid can be a potential ligand choice.


Azido-PEG-phosphonic acid ethyl ester

Azido-PEG-phosphonic acid ethyl ester is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a terminal phosphonic acid ethyl esterl. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-sulfonic acid

Azido-PEG-sulfonic acid is a PEG derivative containing an azide groups and a sulfonic acid. The azide group enables Click Chemistry. This reagent can support polypeptide synthesis, graft polymer compounds, PEG-modified functional coatings for new materials, etc.


Azido-PEG-Tos


Bromo-PEG-azide

Bromo-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a bromide group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and the bromide (Br) is a very good leaving group for nucleophilic substitution reactions.


Bromoacetamido-PEG-azide

Bromoacetamido-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a bromide group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and the bromide (Br) is a very good leaving group for nucleophilic substitution reactions.


m-PEG-azide

m-PEG-azide is a linear monofunctional PEG derivative with a reactive azide and it is used for PEGylation via a Click Chemistry reaction with alkyne or acetylene.


Propargyl-PEG-azide

Propargyl-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and an alkyne group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and the propargyl group can be reacted with azide-bearing compounds or biomolecules via copper catalyzed azide-alkyne Click Chemistry to yield a stable triazole linkage.


t-Boc-N-Amido-PEG-Azide

T-Boc-N-Amido-PEG-Azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a t-Boc protected amine group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry. The protected amine can be deprotected by mild acidic conditions.


t-Boc-Aminooxy-PEG-Azide

t-Boc-Aminooxy-PEG-Azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a t-Boc protected aminooxy group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry. The protected aminooxy can be deprotected by mild acidic conditions and then can be reacted with an aldehyde or ketone group to form a stable oxime linkage.


Ald-PEG-azide

Ald-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and an aldehyde group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and aldehyde reacts with amines and the N-terminal of peptides and proteins to form an imine containing a C=N double bond, which can be further reduced.


Isothiocyanato-PEG-Azide

Isothiocyanato-PEG-Azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and an isothiocyanato group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry. Isothiocyanate and its linkage isomer thiocyanate are ligands in coordination chemistry.


Trifluoroethyl-PEG-Azide

Trifluoroethyl-PEG-Azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a trifluoroethyl group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and the trifluoroethyl group can be used to react with lysine and other primary amine groups in proteins, antibody and other molecules and surfaces.


Azido-PEG-amino acid

Azido-PEG-amino acid is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and an amino acid group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-methylamine

Azido-PEG-methylamine is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a methylamine group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and methylamine is reactive with acetic acid etc.


Azido-PEG-methyl ester

Azido-PEG-methyl ester is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a methyl ester. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG3-CH2CO2Me

Azido-PEG3-CH2CO2Me is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a methyl ester. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-(CH2)3-methyl ester

Azido-PEG-(CH2)3-methyl ester is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a methyl ester. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Azido-PEG-Acrylate

Azido-PEG-Acrylate is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and an acrylate group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and acrylate group enables Michael addition.


Azido-PEG-oxazolidin-2-one

Azido-PEG-oxazolidin-2-one is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and an oxazolidin-2-one group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and oxazolidin-2-one function a san efficient ligand for the copper-catalyzed N-arylation of pyrrole, imidazole and indole.


Other Azido-PEG

Other Azido-PEG is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and other functional groups. The azide group enables Click Chemistry.


Methylamino-PEG-azide

Methylamino-PEG-azide is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and methylamino group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and methylamine is reactive with carboxylic acids, activated NHS esters, carbonyls (ketone, aldehyde) etc.


PEG-NH-PEG

PEG-NH-PEG is a PEG derivative linked by amine group.


PEG-Boc-PEG

PEG-NH-PEG is a PEG derivative linked by Boc-protected amine group.


PEG-Biotin-PEG

PEG-Biotin-PEG is a PEG derivative. Biotin enables protein enrichment.


PEG-S-PEG

PEG-S-PEG is a PEGylation cross linker with two PEG arms.


PEG-SO2-PEG

PEG-SO2-PEG is a PEGylation cross linker with two PEG arms.


3-arm

Multi-arm PEG, the indicated molecular weight of the multi-arm PEG is the sum of the molecular weights of all the arms.


4-arm

Multi-arm PEG, the indicated molecular weight of the multi-arm PEG is the sum of the molecular weights of all the arms.


Peptide-PEG

Linear PEG is conjugated to peptide via an amide bond, and the distal terminal of PEG could be an inert methoxy group or any common functional group such as amine, azide, carboxyl, maleimide, thiol, biotin etc.


Cleavable

A cleavable disulfide bond is contained in this subclass of PEG derivatives.


Azido-PEG-sugar

Azido-PEG-sugar is a PEG derivative containing an azide group and a sugar group. The azide group enables Click Chemistry and sugar group improves water solubility and a pegylation selectivity.


DSPE-PEG-azide


Non-PEG linker

The following non-PEG linkers are also available at Broadpharm. Click the catalog number to see purity specifications, fluorescence information and availability.


Cyanine Labeling

Cyanine dyes are popular fluorescent dyes compatible with various detection techniques and standard filters. Different cyanine substituents will allow various reactive functions including Click Chemistry.


Fluorescein labeling

Fluorescein is a xanthene dye and can be used as quantum yield standard.


BDP Labeling

Borondipyrromethene (BODIPY) dyes are bright and photostable fluorophores.


Rhodamine labeling

Rhodamine is a red-emitting rhodamine dye possessing high brightness and fluorescence quantum yield.


Pyrene Labeling

Pyrene is a polyaromatic hydrocarbon with strong short-wavelength fluorescence, which is sensitive to microenvironment. Two pyrenes can form excimers, which can be easily observed and quantitatively estimated using fluorescent spectra.