ABD - F [4 - Fluoro - 7 - aminosulfonylbenzofurazan]
ABD-F has a benzofurazan moiety that readily reacts with thiol compounds to generate highly fluorescent products. The ABD-F/thiol adduct has absorption maximum at 389 nm and fluorescence maximum at 513 nm. The reaction rate of ABD-F is 30 times faster than that of SBD-F. It is widely used for HPLC derivatizations of thiol compounds.
-20°C desiccated and protected from light
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