VIC fluorescent dye (ABI)

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Modification : VIC
Reference Catalog Number 26-6489
Category Fluorescent Dyes
Modification Code VIC
5 Prime N
3 Prime N
Internal N
Molecular Weight (mw) 550
Extinction Coeficient (ec) 30.1
Technical Info (pdf) PS26-6489.pdf
Absorbance MAX 538
Emission MAX 554
Catalog NoScalePrice
26-6489-0550 nmol$450.00
26-6489-02200 nmol$650.00
26-6489-011 umol$950.00

picture of VIC fluorescent dye (ABI)

VIC is a fluorescent dye that was originally developed by Applied Biosystems, but is now proprietary to Life Technologies. VIC has an absorbance maximum of 538 nm and an emission maximum of 554 nm, thus emitting in the green-yellow part of the visible spectrum. It is used to fluorescently label oligonucleotides at the 5-end (for use as probes in a variety of real-time PCR, hybridization, and fluorescence-based genetic analysis applications) and is currently only available from Life Technologies. Since the fluorescent dye HEX has a similar emission profile (absorbance maximum = 535 nm; emission maximum = 556 nm), for those customers who are able, Gene Link offers HEX as a reasonable substitute. For more information on HEX, please see its technical sheet.

- VIC fluorescent dye (ABI)

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