2-Sulfobenzaldehyde is a water soluble aromatic aldehyde reagent used to quantify the molar substitution ratio (MSR) of HyNic-modified proteins or other biomolecules. This aromatic aldehyde reacts with HyNic-modified biomolecules to form a quantifiable hydrazone with maximum absorbance at 345 nm (molar extinction coefficient @ 345 nm = 28,500). This reagent is used to determine the number of HyNic groups incorporated on a protein or other biomolecule after modification with S-HyNic using a simple spectrophotometer reading.
|Application||In Situ Proximity Ligation, In vitro Diagnostic (IVD)|
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