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DesthiobiotinTEG Azide

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Modification : DesthiobiotinTEG Azide

Catalog Reference Number
Category
Modification Code
5 Prime
3 Prime
Internal
Molecular Weight (mw)
Extinction Coeficient (ec)
Technical Info (pdf)
Absorbance MAX
Emission MAX
Absorbance EC



26-6725
Click Chemistry
DesBioTEG-N3
Y
Y
Y
414.5
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PS26-6725.pdf
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Catalog NoScalePrice
26-6725-0550 nmol$400.00
26-6725-02200 nmol$400.00
26-6725-011 umol$520.00
26-6725-032 umol$780.00
26-6725-1010 umol$4,160.00
26-6725-1515 umol$5,200.00

Desthiobiotin-TEG Azide is a desthiobiotin attached to a 15-atom mixed polarity triethylene glycol spacer with an azide group at the end. The presence of the azide allows the user to use Click Chemistry (a [3+2] cycloaddition reaction between alkynes and azides, using copper (I) iodide as a catalyst) to conjugate the Desthiobiotin-TEG Azide to a terminal alkyne-modified oligo with extremely high regioselectivity and efficiency (1,2). Preparation of the alkyne-modified oligo can be achieved using the 5-Hexynyl modifier (see its respective tech sheet for details). The spacer acts to minimize steric hindrance between the desthiobiotin moiety and the oligo.

Like biotin, desthiobiotin binds to streptavidin, but its binding affinity is considerably less (2x10E-9 M) than that of biotin (4.0x10E-14 M) (3). Consequently, oligonucleotides labeled with desthiobiotin can be easily displaced from streptavidin by biotin, thereby making recovery of the labeled oligo (for example, in affinity purification protocols) from a streptavidin-coated support a relatively simple process (4). Desthiobiotin-labeled oligos can also be conveniently eluted from streptavidin-coated supports by incubation in distilled water at 95C for 10 minutes (5). Gene Link recommends substitution of desthiobiotin for biotin for those cases where reversible capture of oligonucleotides is desirable.

References
1. Huisgen, R. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (1963), 2: 565-568.
2. Rostovtsev, V.V., Green, L.G., Fokin, V.V., Sharpless, K.B. A Stepwise Huisgen Cycloaddition Process: Copper(I)-Catalyzed Regioselective Ligation of Azides and Terminal Alkynes. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2002), 41: 2596-2599.
3. Green, N.M. Spectrophotometric determination of avidin and biotin. Methods Enzymol. (1970), 18A: 418-424.
4. Hirsch, J.D., Eslamizar, L., Filanoski, B.J., Malekzadeh, N., Haugland, R.P., Beechem, J.M., Haugland, R.P. Easily reversible desthiobiotin binding to streptavidin, avidin, and other biotin-binding proteins: uses for protein labeling, detection, and isolation. Anal. Biochem. (2002), 308: 343-357.
5. van Doom, R., Slawiak, M., Szemes, M., Dullemans, A.M., Bonants, P., Kowalchuk, G.A., Schoen, C.D. Robust Definition and Identification of Multiple Oomycetes and Fungi in Environmental Samples by Using a Novel Cleavable Padlock Probe-Based Ligation Detection Assay.Appl. Environ. Microbiol. (2009), 75: 4185-4193.
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