Methyl Proamine

Cell-permeable blue-emitting DNA stain. Excitation ~350 nm, emission ~490nm.

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Description

Fluorescent DNA stains are commonly used to stain DNA in bacteria or eukaryote cells.JW1 Methyl proamine is a cell-permeable blue-emitting DNA stain that binds selectively to AT-rich regions. It provides a brighter alternatives to existing dyes, such as DAPI and Hoechst 33258 for fixed- and live-cell fluorescent staining of DNA and nuclei in cells. The methyl proamine is excited by ultraviolet light and emits blue fluorescence at 460-480 nm.

 

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References

  • J.M. White, S.C. Brydon, T. Fellowes. Structures of the hydrate and dihydrate forms of the DNA-binding radioprotector methylproamine, Acta Cryst. Sect. E, 201874, 1903-1907 (link)
  • R. F. Martin, S. Broadhurst, M. E. Reum, C. J. Squire, G. R. Clark, P. N. Lobachevsky, J. M. White, C. Clark, D. Sy, M. Spotheim-Maurizot, D. P. Kelly. Methylproamine:  A Potent new Radioprotector, Cancer Research2004, 64, 1067-1070 (link)

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Amount

1 mmol