|Dye Color||Green/Yellow (Emmax 492-585 nm)|
|Emission Wavelength Maximum||517 nm|
|Extinction Coefficient at Absorbance Max||73,000|
|Absorption Wavelength Maximum (Abs. Max)||495 nm|
|Design Requirements||Impurities in this dye can affect the oligo conjugate product purity.|
|Oligo Modification Type||Fluorescent Dye (Green/Yellow)|
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