AC008-002 Link-A-Light PerCP Conjugation Kit (1 labeling reaction)

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Product Description for Link-A-Light PerCP Conjugation Kit

Product is tested for Labeling.

Properties for Link-A-Light PerCP Conjugation Kit

Product Category Labeling Kits & Reagents
Quantity 1 x 100 µg
Reaction 1 labeling reaction
Conjugate PerCP
Applications Labeling
Shipping to Worldwide
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Manufacturer OriGene Technologies GmbH
Material safety datasheet MSDS for Link-A-Light PerCP Conjugation Kit

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Application Conjugation.
Background Link-A-Light is a one step antibody labeling kit, requiring just 30 seconds hands-on time. The antibody is covalently bonded to the label in a directional and controlled process at near-neutral pH.
The Link-A-Light conjugation kit allows PerCP conjugations to set up in seconds, simply by adding a solution of the antibody to be labeled to a proprietary lyophilised mixture containing PerCP (Figure 1).
By circumventing the desalting or dialysis steps that commonly interrupt traditional protein conjugation procedures, Link-A-Light technology can be used to label small quantities of protein for FACS analysis (see Principle).
Label: Peridinin-Chlorophyll-Protein Complex (PerCP) is a small 35kDa Phycobiliprotein isolated from red algae. It has a strong absorption peak at 482nm and a secondary Absorption peak at 442nm. PerCP has a large stokes shift (195nm) with its maximum emission peak at 677nm. PerCP is commonly used for Fluorescent immunolabeling, particularly in applications involving Fluorescent-Activated Cell Sorting.
Protocols 1. Before you add antibody to the Link-A-Light Mix, add 1 µl of Link-A-Light Modifier reagent for each 10 µl of Antibody to be labeled. Mix gently.
2. Remove the screw cap from the vial of Link-A-Light Mix and pipette the antibody sample (with added Link-A-Light Modifier) directly onto the lyophilised material. Resuspend gently by withdrawing and re-dispensing the liquid once or twice using a pipette.
3. Place the cap back on the vial and leave the vial standing for 3 hours at room temperature (20-25°C). Alternatively, and sometimes more conveniently, conjugations can be set up and left overnight, as the longer incubation time has no negative effect on the conjugate.
4. After incubating for 3 hours (or more), add 1 µl of Link-A-Light Quencher FD reagent for every 10 µl of antibody used. The conjugate can be used after 30 minutes.
Storage Storage of Conjugates: For any new conjugate, initial storage at 4°C is recommended. A preservative may be desirable for Long-term storage. Other storage conditions may also be satisfactory. The best conditions for any particular conjugate must be determined by experimentation.

Storage of Kit: The kit is shipped at ambient temperature in a tamper-evident polypropylene container. Store at -20°C upon receipt.
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