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C-Phycocyanin is a pigment from light harvesting phycobiliprotein family. It is a major phycobiliprotein in Cyanobacteria and in red algae.
It is a blue accessory pigment attached to photosynthesis membranes and accounts for upto 20% of proteins in cyanobacteria. It is composed of two equal number of α and β subunits. Its molecular weight is around 232 K Dalton.
Isoelectric point of 4.64
Nitrogen storing molecule.
Stable protein which can be linked to antibodies and other proteins
Has an application in Therapeutic, Cosmetic, Food & Beverage Industry
Absorbs light in the range of 615 to 620nm and emits florescence at around 640nm
Highly water soluble.
Good instrument capability.
Stability over broad pH range.
Excellent fluorescent with an extremely high absorbtivity.
Large stokes shift and excitation & emission bands at visible wavelength.
FRET assays.
Fluorescence microscopy.
Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization (FISH).
Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting (FACS).
Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS).
Labeling of proteins, antibodies and nucleic acids.
Gel electrophoresis, Isoelectric focusing and gel exclusive chromatography.
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