S-DABITC

Peter J. Neame pneame at com1.med.usf.edu
Thu Sep 22 09:54:21 EST 1994


Flip Hoedemaeker, CvF RUL/TNO, Leiden, The Netherlands (sbtnfh at rulsfb.LeidenUniv.nl) wrote:
:
: I don't know where the "S-" stands for, but DABITC

It's a soluble form of DABITC which allows proteins to be tagged with 
this useful chromophore while they are in a native state. But I still 
don't know where to get it from, Andy!

Good luck
Peter



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