(Z - Arg)2Rh110 • 2HCl [Rhodamine 110, bis - (CBZ - L - arginine amide)]
(Z-Arg)2Rh110 is a more generic fluorogenic substrate for proteases such as trypsin, cathepsin B and L. The colorless (Z-Arg)2Rh110 is hydrolyzed to highly fluorescent rhodamine 110, which exhibits excellent spectral properties that match the optimal detection window of most fluorescence instruments.
Minimum Purity: 95%
-20°C desiccated and protected from light
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