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Jul 05, 2019

Available again!

Nucleotides & Nucleosides Click Chemistry

2-Ethynyl-Adenosine-NAD+ (2-EA-NAD+), a clickable probe for the detection of protein ADP-ribosylation, is now back in our catalog.

May 16, 2019

Pyrimidyl-Tetrazines

Click Chemistry

Now available! Our new class of tetrazine-dye reagents new class of tetrazine-dye reagents shows high reaction rates and permits fluorescent labeling with diminished background staining.

May 16, 2019

DADPS and Disulfide Biotin Azides

Click Chemistry Probes & Epigenetics

Cleavable biotin-azid-conjugates for capture and release approaches under acidic and reductive conditions have now been added to our catalog!

Aug 31, 2018

Nucleotides & qPCR: Easy online Search

General Nucleotides & Nucleosides Click Chemistry Molecular Biology Probes & Epigenetics Nucleotides & qPCR: Easy online Search

Looking for nucleotides based on their structure or for a specific application?
Want to find the most suitable qPCR mix for your assay?

read more

Aug 24, 2018

Extended AF-Dye Portfolio

Click Chemistry Probes & Epigenetics

We now offer NHS ester, Maleimide, (Picolyl-)Azide, Alkyne and DBCO-functionalized versions of AF-Dyes (also known as Alexa Fluor® Dyes) such as AF488, AF555, AF594 and AF647.

Jun 21, 2018

New in Click Chemistry: 2'-Azido-2'-dATP

Nucleotides & Nucleosides Click Chemistry

We added 2'-Azido-2'-dATP to our Click Chemistry section. For more details please click here.

Mar 02, 2018

CLICKable Fluorescent Dyes

Click Chemistry Probes & Epigenetics

Find an updated list of available CLICKable Fluorescent Dyes here!

Feb 13, 2018

Photostable CLICK dyes

Click Chemistry Probes & Epigenetics

(Picolyl-)Azide, Alkyne and DBCO-functionalized versions of AF488 (also known as Alexa Fluor®488) and AF594 (also known as Alexa Fluor®594) are now available.

Jan 24, 2018

New product: 5-Ethynylcytosine

Click Chemistry

We now offer 5-Ethynylcytosine for cell type-specific RNA synthesis monitoring via the CD-UPRT pathway.