Janelia Fluor® Dyes

Janelia Fluor® Dyes are tetramethylrhodamine (TMR) based fluorescent dyes that are bright, photostable and cell-permeable. They are supplied as NHS esters for coupling to primary amine groups and are compatible with self-labeling tag systems. The dyes are suitable for confocal fluorescent imaging and super-resolution microscopy (SRM) techniques, such as dSTORM (live and fixed cells). Photoactivatable derivatives of some of the dyes are available.

We also offer Janelia Fluor® conjugated antibodies and custom conjugation services with our sister company Novus Biologicals.

Products
Literature
Cat No Product Name / Activity
6296 Janelia Fluor® 525, SE
Cell permeable yellow fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6147 Janelia Fluor® 549, SE
Cell permeable yellow fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6418 Janelia Fluor® 585, SE
Cell permeable orange fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6419 Janelia Fluor® 635, SE
Cell permeable red fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6148 Janelia Fluor® 646, SE
Cell permeable red fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6420 Janelia Fluor® 669, SE
Cell permeable far red fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6149 PA Janelia Fluor® 549, SE
Photoactivatable cell permeable yellow fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester
6150 PA Janelia Fluor® 646, SE
Photoactivatable cell permeable red fluorescent dye; supplied as NHS ester

Literature for Janelia Fluor® Dyes

Tocris offers the following scientific literature for Janelia Fluor® Dyes to showcase our products. We invite you to request* or download your copy today!

*Please note that Tocris will only send literature to established scientific business / institute addresses.


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