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Carbotrace Fluorescence Spectra

We named our Carbotrace molecules after their peak emission wavelength when they are bound to their target. That means, when Carbotrace is bound to a target, it will emit fluorescence at peak emission indicated by the number associated with its name. To view the excitation and emission spectra, please select...
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Carbotrace 680 for monitoring starch

Carbotrace 680 for monitoring starch
Detection of polysaccharides using Carbotrace 680 relies on regularly occurring units joined by glycosidic linkages. The specific type of glycosidic linkage and the occurrence of branches allow Carbotrace 680 to differentiate between different types of glucans. By means of its structure-responsive properties, Carbotrace 680 can differentiate between β(1-4) linked cellulose...
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Filters Sets for Carbotrace Detection

Filters Sets for Carbotrace Detection
We named our Carbotrace molecules after their peak emission wavelength when they are bound to their target. That means, when Carbotrace 480 is bound to cellulose or starch, it will emit blue fluorescence at peak emission of 480 nm. Our red Carbotrace 680 can be imaged at peak emission of...
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