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Optotracers for labeling amyloids and other protein aggregates

Amytracker allow high quality visualisation of protein aggregates and detect prefibrillar- and fibrillar states of amyoids originating from a variety of amyloidogenic proteins or peptides. Amytracker can be used in tissue sections, live cells and can be applied in vivo.

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Optotracers for carbohydrate analysis and anatomical mapping

Carbotrace are fluorescent tracer molecules targeting carbohydrate structures. Carbotrace can be used for non-destructive carbohydrate analysis, carbohydrate discrimination and anatomical mapping of carbohydrate structures in plants.

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Optotracers for detection of bacteria and bacterial biofilm

EbbaBiolight are fluorescent tracer molecules allowing to identify components of bacteria and bacterial extracellular matrix. Using EbbaBiolight, it is now possible to track biofilm formation in living, growing cultures in liquid and on surfaces.

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Optotracers for labeling amyloids and other protein aggregates

Amytracker allow high quality visualisation of protein aggregates and detect prefibrillar- and fibrillar states of amyoids originating from a variety of amyloidogenic proteins or peptides. Amytracker can be used in tissue sections, live cells and can be applied in vivo.

Optotracers for carbohydrate analysis and anatomical mapping

Carbotrace are fluorescent tracer molecules targeting carbohydrate structures. Carbotrace can be used for non-destructive carbohydrate analysis, carbohydrate discrimination and anatomical mapping of carbohydrate structures in plants.

Optotracers for detection of bacteria and bacterial biofilm

EbbaBiolight are fluorescent tracer molecules allowing to identify components of bacteria and bacterial extracellular matrix. Using EbbaBiolight, it is now possible to track biofilm formation in living, growing cultures in liquid and on surfaces.

Any questions? Get in touch!
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Webinars