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DyLight 633

Fluorescent dye properties, example data, product guide and references.

Thermo Scientific DyLight 633 fluoresces red with physical properties comparable to other 633 dyes. With stability over a wide pH range and higher solutility than traditional fluorescent dyes, DyLight 633 is ideal for multi-color applications. DyLight 633 is available as reactive labeling agents and as conjugates of secondary antibodies and biotin-binding proteins for use in fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry, Western blotting, ELISA, high-content screening and other array platforms.

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DyLight 633 wavelength excitation emission infrared spectrum spectra far red
Thermo Scientific DyLight 633 dye spectra. Fluorescent dyes are named based on their excitation (absorption) maxima. The excitation (black) and emission (red) spectra are normalized to the same height in this graph.

 

Properties of Thermo Scientific DyLight 633.
Parameter Value
Excitation / emission maxima 638nm / 658nm
Emission color Red
Molar extinction coefficient (ε) 170,000 M-1 cm-1
Correction factor (A280/A638) † 0.110
Molecular weight

NHS ester: 1066g/mol
Maleimide: 1091g/mol

Spectrally similar dyes Alexa Fluor* 633
† Correction factor can be used to estimate protein labeling efficiency.

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Emission spectra of DyLight Fluorescent Dyes.
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antibody cytokeratin antibodies secondary DyLight 633  fluorescent fluoresence red tissue carconima colon
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Immunofluorescence microscopy using Thermo Scientific DyLight 633 dye. Top panel: Cytokeratin 18 (red) in human colon carcinoma tissue was fluorescently detected with a biotinylated anti-cytokeratin 18 antibody and Pierce Streptavidin-Conjugated DyLight 633. Thermo Scientific Pierce Hoechst stain was also used to fluorescently label cell nuclei.. Bottom panel: Cytokeratin 18 (red) and lamin A (blue) in A549 cells were fluorescently labeled using specific primary antibodies and DyLight 633-Conjugated Highly-Cross Adsorbed Anti-Rabbit and DyLight 405-Conjugated Anti-Mouse Secondary Antibodies, respectively.

 

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DyLight 633 References

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