Cancer cells (HT29) labeled with LumiLys 780 observed by fluorescence over 21 days
Photos Alix Vignolle INSERM U 1220 IRSD
Two probes, LumiLys 670 and LumiLys 780, based on encapsulated cyanine, are available for near infrared imaging.
LumiLys 670 is excited at 647 nm and emits a strong red light (670 nm)
LumiLys 780 is excited at 750 nm and emits an strong deep red light (780 nm)
A new probe, LumiLys Dual 670-780, offers greater possibilities thanks to its larger Stokes shift, obtained with a partial transfer of energy (as a FRET transfer). Indeed, it includes two fluorophores excited at 650 and 750 nm and emitting at 670 and 780 nm for an easy detection both in vitro and in vivo.
Price and Availability: These three products are available either raw or functionalized with: NH2 , COOH, PEG, Azide, Dispersant, PEG-COOH, PEG-NH2 , PEG-NHS, PEG-Biotin, Avidin, or various proteins, antibodies, request fragments. Other functionalizations are available on request. These products are available as standard in the form of dry powders.