Fluorescent Receptor Probes

Products
Literature (3)
Cat. No. Product Name / Activity
5122 Dansyl-NECA
Potent and selective fluorescent adenosine A1 agonist
6873 DC 271
Fluorescent retinoic acid analog; solvochromatic probe
5561 IHR-Cy3
Potent fluorescent Smo antagonist
4577 LDV FITC
Fluorescent ligand for α4β1 (VLA-4)
6046 Naloxone fluorescein acetate
Fluorescent opioid antagonist; fluorescent-derivative of naloxone (Cat. No. 0599)
2540 Tocrifluor T1117
Novel fluorescent cannabinoid ligand; fluorescent form of AM 251 (Cat. No. 1117)

Literature for Fluorescent Receptor Probes

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Fluorescent Probes and Dyes

Fluorescent Probes and Dyes Research Product Guide

This product guide provides a comprehensive list and background to the use of Fluorescent Probes and Dyes

  • Fluorescent Dyes
  • Dyes for Flow Cytometry
  • Fluorescent Probes
  • Anti-fade Reagents
  • Bioluminescent Substrates
  • Fluorogenic Dyes for Light-Up Aptamers
  • Fluorescent Probes for Imaging Bacteria
  • TSA Reagents for Enhancing IHC, ICC & FISH Signals
GPCR

GPCR Product Listing

A collection of over 450 products for G protein-coupled receptors, the listing includes research tools for the study of:

  • Rhodopsin-like Receptors
  • Glutamate Receptors
  • Frizzled Receptors
  • GPCR Signaling
Enabling Research By Provision of Chemical Tools

Enabling Research By Provision of Chemical Tools Poster

The Tocris chemistry team has considerable chemistry knowledge and skill which it has recently been applying to the generation of new chemical probes from known tools and compounds to help answer biological questions. This poster presents some of the work carried out by Tocris scientists and focuses on two areas: the generation of libraries of chemical building blocks to support Degrader (PROTAC) research and the development of a fluorescent probe to study integrin biology. Presented at Chemical Tools for Complex Biological Systems II, 2019, Janelia Research Campus, USA.