Laminarin, FITC labeled
Synonym: FITC laminarin, Laminarin FITC labeled, Fluorescein Laminarin conjugate.
FITC labeled laminarin is one of Nanocs fluorescent polysaccharide derivatives that have fluorescein (FITC) dye covalently attached to the laminarin backbone. FITC is a fluorescent dye that emits strong green fluorescent light at 515 nm upon excited at 495nm. Laminarin, also known as laminaran, is a water soluble polysaccharide of glucose found in brown algae and utilized as a food reserve. Laminarin contains 1,3-linked-beta-d-glucose residues with different degrees of 6-Obranching and beta-(1,6) intrachain links.
FITC laminarin conjugate can be used for enzymatic activity study and other biomedical research use.
- Form: Lyophilized powder
- Color: Yellow to orange
- FITC ratio: 2-5 FITC dye per laminarin molecule
- Ex/Em wavelength: 495 nm/515 nm
- Source: Laminaria digitata
- Solubility: Soluble in water
- Store at -20 0C. Protect from light.