TAMRA maleimide, 6-isomer

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18180 1 mg $110.00 in stock
28180 5 mg $210.00 in stock
48180 25 mg $410.00 in stock
58180 50 mg $695.00 in stock
68180 100 mg $1190.00 in stock

TAMRA (also known as TMR or tetramethylrhodamine) is a xanthene dye that has been used as a fluorescent label for decades. Xanthene dyes are available as two isomers (called 5- and 6-isomers) that have almost identical fluorescent properties, but need to be separated to avoid doubling and smearing of labeled product peaks or bands during chromatography or electrophoresis. This is a pure 6-isomer of TAMRA maleimide, used for the labeling of proteins and peptides via thiol (SH) groups.

Absorption and emission spectra of 6-TAMRA

Absorption and emission spectra of 6-TAMRA

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General properties

Appearance: dark colored solid
Mass spec M+ increment: 551.2
Molecular weight: 552.58
Molecular formula: C31H28N4O6
Solubility: good in DMSO, DMF
Quality control: NMR 1H, HPLC-MS (95%)
Storage conditions: Storage: 12 months after receival at -20°C in the dark. Transportation: at room temperature for up to 3 weeks. Avoid prolonged exposure to light. Desiccate.
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Product specifications

Spectral properties

Excitation/absorption maximum, nm: 541
ε, L⋅mol−1⋅cm−1: 84000
Emission maximum, nm: 567
Fluorescence quantum yield: 0.1
CF260: 0.32
CF280: 0.19

Product citations

  1. Ast, J.; Arvaniti, A.; Fine, N.H.F.; Nasteska, D.; Ashford, F.B.; Stamataki, Z.M Koszegi, Z.; Bacon, A.; Trapp, S.; Jones, B.J.; Hastoy, B.; Tomas, A.; Reissaus, C.; Linnemann, A.K.; D'Este, E.; Calebiro, D.; Johnsson, K.; Podewin, T.; Broichhagen, J.; Hodson, D.J. LUXendins reveal endogenous glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor distribution and dynamics. bioRxiv, preprint. doi: 10.1101/557132
  2. Sagert, L.; Hennig, F.; Thomas, C.; Tampé, R. A loop structure allows TAPBPR to exert its dual function as MHC I chaperone and peptide editor. eLife, 2020, 9, e55326. doi: 10.7554/eLife.55326
  3. Ast, J.; Arvaniti, A.; Fine, N.H.F.; Nasteska, D.; Ashford, F.B.; Stamataki, Z.; Koszegi, Z.; Bacon, A.; Jones, B.J.; Lucey, M.A.; Sasaki, S.; Brierley, D.I.; Hastoy, B.; Tomas, A.; D'Agostino, G.; Reimann, F.; Lynn, F.C.; Reissaus, C.A.; Linnemann, A.K.; D'Este, E.; Calebiro, D.; Trapp, S.; Johnsson, K.; Podewin, T.; Broichhagen, J.; Hodson, D.J. Super-resolution microscopy compatible fluorescent probes reveal endogenous glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor distribution and dynamics. Nature Communications, 2020, 11, 467. doi: 10.1038/s41467-020-14309-w
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