ROX azide, 5- isomer

Cat. # Quantity Price Lead time
11230 100 uL, 10 mM/DMSO $110.00 in stock
31230 500 uL, 10 mM/DMSO $210.00 in stock
41230 1 mL, 10 mM/DMSO $410.00 in stock
A1230 1 mg $110.00 in stock
B1230 5 mg $210.00 in stock
C1230 10 mg $310.00 in stock
D1230 25 mg $410.00 in stock
E1230 50 mg $695.00 in stock

ROX (rhodamine-X) azide, solid material, and 10 mM solution in DMSO, labeling reagent for Click Chemistry. ROX is a red-emitting rhodamine dye possessing high brightness and fluorescence quantum yield.

Pure 5-isomer.

Can replace Alexa Fluor 568.

Absorption and emission spectra of ROX dye

Absorption and emission spectra of ROX dye

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General properties

Appearance: dark crimson powder / red solution
Molecular weight: 616.71
Molecular formula: C36H36N6O4
Solubility: good in polar organic solvents (DMF, DMSO, alcohols), low in water
Quality control: NMR 1H, HPLC-MS (95%)
Storage conditions: Storage: 24 months after receival at -20°C in the dark. Transportation: at room temperature for up to 3 weeks. Avoid prolonged exposure to light.
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Product specifications

Spectral properties

Excitation maximum, nm: 570
ε, L⋅mol−1⋅cm−1: 93000
Emission maximum, nm: 591
Fluorescence quantum yield: 1.0

Product citations

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  4. Nåbo, L.J.; Madsen, C.S.; Jensen, K.J.; Kongsted, J.; Astakhova, K. Ultramild Protein-Mediated Click Chemistry Creates Efficient Oligonucleotide Probes for Targeting and Detecting Nucleic Acids. ChemBioChem, 2015, 16(8), 1163–1167. doi: 10.1002/cbic.201500145
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