MarViRed – Red Fluorescence Marker from Marine Viruses

MarViRed is a far red fluorescing proteinogenic label consisting of a viral protein and a chromophore. Due to its absorption and emission maxima in the long wavelength region (>600 nm) cell damages and unspecific autofluorescence are minimized and, thus, sensitivity increased. Further advantages are the low molecular weight and the high fluorescence quantum yield.

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