Reagents for use in studying the elements, compounds, and reactions controlled by biomolecules and taking place in living organisms; include proteins, peptides, stains, lipids, carbohydrates, histology products, and more.
Biochemical reagents are substances used in laboratories for various biochemical experiments and analyses. These reagents play a crucial role in conducting tests, identifying compounds, and studying biological processes. They are designed to interact with specific molecules or biological components, enabling researchers to detect, measure, or manipulate them. Examples of biochemical reagents include enzymes, antibodies, dyes, fluorescent probes, buffers, and substrates. These reagents are essential in areas like molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and pharmacology. Their accurate and reliable use is critical in obtaining meaningful and reproducible results in scientific research and diagnostics.
Monobromobimane(mBBr) is a thiol-reactive fluorogenic probe. They are widely used in studies involving protein folding, redox signaling, and protein-protein interactions.
CAT. NO: ISPL0248
CAS. NO: 71418-44-5
$ 250 to $ 920