Fluorescent dye NHS esters are amine-reactive dyes with activated ester group.
Fluorescent dye azides for Click Chemistry labeling.
Fluorescent dye alkynes for copper catalyzed Click Chemistry. Contain terminal alkyne group.
Dye maleimides are thiol-reactive fluorescent dyes for the labeling of sulfhydryl (thiol) groups in proteins.
Dye hydrazides are carbonyl-reactive fluorescent dyes for the labeling of aldehydes and ketones.
Carboxylic acid derivatives of fluorescent dyes. Can be used for the labeling of amines after pre-activation with carbodiimides, and also for Steglich esterification of alcohols.
Fluorescent dyes with free amino groups, for the coupling with various electrophilic compounds like activated esters and epoxides.
Tetrazines are derivatives which react with trans-cyclooctenes, cyclopropenes, and other activated olefines via an inverted electron demand [4+2]-cycloaddition - an example of copper-free Click chemistry reaction.
Dyes possessing cycloalkyne moieties for copper free Click chemistry.
Miscellaneous dye derivatives.