Amino Modifiers
A primary amino group can be used to attach a variety of modifiers (such as fluorescent dyes) to an oligonucleotide or used to attach an oligonucleotide to a solid surface. Amino modifiers can be positioned at the 5-end with either a standard (C6) or longer (C12) spacer arm. Amino modifications can be positioned at the 3-end. Internal amino modifications can be introduced using an amino-dT base.
 

Amino Modifier C6

Scientific Details
MW:
179.2
Mod Code:
/5AmMC6/
 
 
 

Amino Modifier C12

Scientific Details
MW:
263.3
Mod Code:
/5AmMC12/
 
 
 
 
 
Structure
 

 

Amino Modifier C6 dT

Scientific Details
MW:
154.2
Mod Code:
/5AmMC6T/
 
 
 
 
 
Structure
 
 
Scientific Details
MW:
154.2
Mod Code:
/iAmMC6T/
 
 
 
 
 
Structure
 
Scientific Details
MW: 154.2
Mod Code: /3AmMC6T/
 
 
 
 
 
Structure

 
 

Amino Modifier

Scientific Details
MW: 211.2
Mod Code: /3AmMO/
 
 
 
 
 

5' Uni-LinkTM Amino Modifier
Uni-LinkTM is an amino-modifier phosphoramidite from Clontech that provides a free primary amine attached to the 5'-end of an oligo via a six carbon aliphatic spacer arm. It is functionally interchangeable with Amino Modifier C6.
 
Scientific Details
MW: 209.2
Mod Code: /5UniAmM/
 
 
 
 
 
Structure


 
 
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