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Iodine Labeling Reagents for Proteins


Tyrosine addition compounds and tyrosyl activation vessels that replace chloramine T oxidation reagents to efficiently label proteins and other molecules with radioactive iodine (usually 125I), a process called iodination, for use as tracers and probes.


Easily and gently label (iodinate) proteins and peptides with iodine-125 using reagent-coated polystyrene beads that can be removed following reaction. 

Tetrachloro-diphenyl-glycoluril is an oxidizing agent that activates iodine for incorporation into protein tyrosyl groups; used for iodine-125 labeling. 

Reliably label (iodinate) proteins and peptides with iodine-125 using glass test tubes that are pre-coated (activated) with iodination reagent. 

Add tyrosine (tyrosyl) groups to proteins to increase the number of iodine-125 labeling (iodination) sites using an amine-reactive, NHS ester compound. 

Instructions | MSDS | CofA
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