DNP-NHS labeling reagent HTRF®

DNP-NHS labeling reagent enables DNP labeling of biomolecules.
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  • Long stability Long stability
DNP-NHS labeling reagent enables DNP labeling of biomolecules.
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DNP-NHS (2,4-dinitrophenyl NHS) is a small organic tagging alternative to biotin. It can be detected by the anti-DNP antibody labeled with HTRF donor (Eu & Tb cryptate) or with XL665. The DNP-NHS labeling reagent enables conjugation of DNP by targeting primary amino-groups (N-terminus or lysine residues) carried by peptides, oligonucleotides or proteins.



Product Insert DNP-NHS / 65DNSABB-65DNSABD

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