fluorescamine

fluor·es·ca·mine

(flōr-es'kă-mēn),
A nonfluorescent reagent that reacts with primary amines to form fluorescent compounds.
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Most of the glycolipids detected by anthrone reagent were also stained with fluorescamine reagent for amines, and stained rather weakly with Dittmer-Lester's reagent for phosphorus.
The peptide fractions were lyophilized and concentration was quantified using Fluorescamine with glycine as standard (Udenfriend et al.
1984) Chromatographic separation and derivatisation with fluorescamine for fluorescence detection.
Spectrofluorimetric determination of vigabatrin and gabapentin in urine and dosage forms through derivatization with fluorescamine.
We assayed EROD activity in 96-well plates with simultaneous protein quantification using fluorescamine labeling, according to a modification of a method described previously (47, 48).
Protein was determined in the cells with an adaptation of the fluorescamine method of Lorenzen and Kennedy (1993).
We investigated the use of fluorescamine as a rapid, inexpensive, but sensitive method for measurement of total amino acid concentration in nectars.
The peptide fractions were lyophilized and the concentration was quantified using Fluorescamine with glycine as standard (Udenfriend et al.