HaloTag PEG4 Coumarin Ligand



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HaloTag is a self-labeling protein derived from the haloalkane dehalogenase DhaA from Rhodococcus rhodochrous. Its active site reacts with chloroalkane substrates to form an irreversible bond. The covalent linkage between the HaloTag ligand and HaloTag protein enables rapid isolation and purification. HaloTag PEG4 Coumarin Ligand is a cell permeable HaloTag fluorescent ligand and can be used to label intracellular proteins (353Ex/434Em after hydrolysis). Compared with regular HaloTag Ligand, this product contains a PEG4 linker instead of PEG2.

Product Name HaloTag PEG4 Coumarin Ligand
Synonyms Coumarin-PEG4-Halo
CAS Number
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Molecular Formula C26H39ClN2O7
Molecular Weight 527.06
Purity (HPLC) >= 95%
Physical Appearance Yellow Solid
Optical Properties Abs/Em Maxima: 353/434 nm
Solubility DMSO, DMF
Shipping Conditions Shipped on gel packs
Storage Conditions Store at -20°C and protected from light
Shelf Life 12 months after the date of delivery
Regulatory Statement For Research Use Only


Wilhelm, J., Kuhn, S., Tarnawski, M., Gotthard, G., Tunnermann, J., Tanzer, T., Karpenko, J., Mertes, N., Xue, L., Uhrig, U., Reinstein, J., Hiblot, J., & Johnsson, K. (2021). Kinetic and Structural Characterization of the Self-Labeling Protein Tags HaloTag7, SNAP-tag, and CLIP-tag. Biochemistry, 60(33), 2560–2575. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.biochem.1c00260



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