Cyanine 5 Phosphoramidite

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10-5915

1-[3-(4-monomethoxytrityloxy)propyl]-1'-[3-[(2-cyanoethyl)-(N,N-diisopropylphosphoramidityl]propyl]-3,3,3',3'-tetramethylindodicarbocyanine chloride

Product Specifications

Formula:
C60H72N4O4PCl
M.W.:
979.68
F.W.:
533.63
Catalog Number: Select Pack Size and Format to Reveal

Description

Two cyanine derivatives, Cyanine 3 and Cyanine 5, which differ in structure simply by the number of carbons in the conjugated poly- ene linkage, are joined by the closely related analogues, Cyanine 3.5 and Cyanine 5.5, and are available as phosphoramidites. Cyanine dyes are normally added once at the 5’-terminus and the MMT group should be removed on the synthesizer. The absorbance of the MMT cation (yellow) is noticeably different from the DMT cation (orange), and so, absorbance-based trityl monitors will detect it incorrectly as a low coupling. On the other hand, conductivity detectors will interpret the release more correctly. Cyanine dye phosphoramidites have also been used successfully adjacent to the 3’-terminus. Cyanine 3 and Cyanine 5 supports are also offered to allow simpler production of 3’ cyanine dye-labelled oligonucleotides. 

Deprotection of oligos containing Cyanine dyes may be carried out with ammonium hydroxide at room temperature, regardless of the base protecting groups on the monomers used. If there is a need to use ammonium hydroxide at elevated temperature, Cyanine 3 and Cyanine 3.5 are more stable than Cyanine 5 and Cyanine 5.5. However, it is always prudent to use monomers with base labile protecting groups to limit the exposure time to 2 hours or less at 65°C during deprotection. 

To better address applications in near-infrared (NIR) imaging, Glen Research is offering a water soluble Disulfo-Cyanine 7 azide that can be easily conjugated to DNA and RNA through standard click chemistry. This long wavelength dye offers the benefits of improved solubility, reduced aggregation, and improved stability in the near-infrared spectrum along with the convenience of click chemistry.

The spectral characteristics of this dye is detailed here.

Details

Usage

  • Coupling: 3 minute coupling time recommended. The use of UltraMILD monomers are preferred. (Catalog Numbers: dA: 10-1601-xx, dC: 10-1015-xx, dG: 10-1621-xx, dT: 10-1030-xx). To avoid any exchange of the iPr-Pac group on the dG with acetyl, use the UltraMild Cap Mix A (40-4210-xx/ 40-4212-xx). 0.02M Iodine for oxidation is recommended.
  • Deprotection: If UltraMILD reagents were used, deprotect in 0.05M Potassium Carbonate in Methanol for 4 hours at Room Temperature OR for 2 hours at Room Temperature in 30% Ammonium Hydroxide. If standard bases were used, deprotection in Ammonium Hydroxide at Room Temperature for 24-36 hours will give acceptable yields. However, the oligonucleotide will require a reverse phase purification, e.g., Poly-Pak™ or Glen-Pak™ purification.
Specifications
Diluent Anhydrous Acetonitrile
Storage Freezer storage, -10 to -30C, dry
Stability 24 hours


Dilution/Coupling Data

The table below show pack size data and, for solutions, dilution and approximate coupling based on normal priming procedures.

ABI 392/394

Catalog # Pack Size Grams/Pack 0.1M Dil. (mL) Approximate Number of Additions
LV40 LV200 40nm 0.2μm 1μm 10μm
10-5915-02 0.25 g .25grams 2.55 71.67 43 26.88 19.55 14.33 3.58
10-5915-90 100 µmol .098grams 1 20 12 7.5 5.45 4 1
10-5915-95 50 µmol .049grams 0.5 3.33 2 1.25 0.91 0.67 0.17

Expedite

Catalog # Pack Size Grams/Pack Dilution (mL) Approximate Number of Additions
Molarity 50nm 0.2μm 1μm 15μm
10-5915-02 0.25 g .25grams 3.81 0.07 69.8 43.63 31.73 4.36
10-5915-90 100 µmol .098grams 1.5 0.07 23.6 14.75 10.73 1.48
10-5915-95 50 µmol .049grams 0.75 0.07 8.6 5.38 3.91 0.54


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