Alginate Rhodamine, low viscosity 100-300 cP

Alginate Rhodamine, low viscosity 100-300 cP

Catalog No:AL-510
Product Name:Alginate Rhodamine, low viscosity 100-300 cP
In Stock: Yes
SKUProduct Name
AL-510-10mg
Alginate Rhodamine, low viscosity 100-300 cP - 10mg
$250.00
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AL-510-50mg
Alginate Rhodamine, low viscosity 100-300 cP - 50mg
$750.00
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AL-510-100mg
Alginate Rhodamine, low viscosity 100-300 cP - 100mg
$1,150.00
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Description

Alginate is labeled with rhodamine, Ex/Em wavelength 552/575 nm. Purity: >95% powder. Standard degree of substitution: 1 mol % substitution and at least one dye molecule per polymer. Alginic acid labeled with other rhodamine dyes having altered emission wavelengths may be offered through our custom synthesis. Alginate labeled with other types of fluorescent dyes such as near infrared or infrared dyes or biomolecular probes may be offered through our custom synthesis.

Properties

Alginic acid, is a naturally occurring polysaccharide found in brown algae. It is hydrophilic. With metals such as sodium and calcium, its salts are known as alginates. Its color ranges from white to yellowish-brown and may appear as filamentous, granular, or powdered forms. Its typical molecular mass ranges from 10k to 600k; however alginate is often characterized and presented with viscosity, instead of molecular weight.

References

1. Bioinspired titanium coatings: self-assembly of collagen alginate films for enhanced osseointegration, J. Mater. Chem. B, 2016, 4, 1978-1986Text.

2. Sinking enhances the degradation of organic particles by marine bacteria, Nature Geoscience, volume 14pages 775–780 (2021), Text.

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Documents

 Technical Information_Polysaccharide Products
 SDS of Alginate Rhodamine

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