|Structure\Application||Fluorescent Nucleotides | Nucleotides applied on Proteins/Enzymes|
|Description||TNP-GTP, an analog of GTP, is a fluorescent ribose-modified ATP. TNP-GTP mimic the binding characteristics of GTP, in their interactions with various enzymes and proteins. it's spectroscopic properties make it valuable tools with which to determine the kinetic parameters of nucleotide–protein interactions. Furthermore, it acts as potentially valuable fluorescence acceptors in FRET experiments.|
|Purity||≥ 95 % by HPLC|
|Appearance||orange lyophilized solid|
|Synonyms||2',3'-O-Trinitrophenyl-guanosine-5'-triphosphate, Triethylammonium salt|
The sodium salt solution form of dITP. dITP is a deoxyribonucleotide that can be incorporated into DNA by polymerases. dITP exist in all cells but the concentra...
The 5/6-TAMRA-labelled form of EDA-AppNHp (EDA-AMPPNP), which could be used in biological studies.
AP3A - lyophilized
Mant-GTP, a fluorescent analogue of guanosine- 5’- triphosphate with Ex/Em = 355/448 nm, is useful for research into GTP-dependent receptor proteins. This highl...
Mant-GTPγS had lower affinities for Gαs and Gαi than GTPγS/GppNHp as assessed by inhibition of GTP hydrolysis of receptor-Gα fusion proteins. MANT-GTPγS was muc...