9-(2,2-Dicyanovinyl)julolidine is a fluorescent probe used for binding to proteins.
1. C.E. Kung, J.K. Reed Biochemistry 28, 6678, (1989) 2. T. Iio et al. J. Biochem. 109, 499, (1991)
Soluble in DMSO and Chloroform
Store at 4° C
162.86° C (Predicted)
~503.8° C at 760 mmHg (Predicted)
~1.2 g/cm3 (Predicted)
λex 433 nm, λem 500 nm in 50 mM Tris pH 8.0; 40% glycerol; λex 455 nm, λem 494 nm in methanol
For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use.
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LubichLubich, C. et al. (PubMed 25788448) attempted to establish a flow-cytometry-based technology to analyze the amount, size distribution and nature of sub-visible particles in protein solutions. They applied a combination of Bis-ANS (4,4'-dianilino-1,1'-binaphthyl-5,5'-disulfonic acid dipotassium salt) and DCVJ (9-(2,2-dicyanovinyl)julolidine), fluorescent probes that have a high affinity for nucleotide-binding sites of proteins, to identify specific characteristics of sub-visible particles. -SCBT Publication Review
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