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TRP-A BrightLine single-band filter set
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      Semrock TRP-A BrightLine single-band filter set, optimized for Tryptophan and other like fluorophores
     
    Unique UV fluorescence filter set! Only Semrock offers true UV fluorescence filters with high transmission, edge steepness, and blocking that rival high-performance visible filters. The filters in this set are ideal for imaging the intrinsic fluorescence from aromatic amino acids (like tryptophan) and other UV-excited fluorescent species. Note: This set is optimized for systems using a light source (such as a UV LED or filtered Xe arc lamp) with no near-infrared (near-IR) intensity and/or a detector (such as a photomultiplier tube or IR-filtered CCD camera) that is not sensitive to near-IR light. It is not designed to block near-IR light – for applications involving a light source with appreciable near-IR intensity and a near-IR-sensitive detector, contact Semrock.

     

    Specifications
     
    Optical Specifications:  
    Blocking BrightLine filters have blocking far exceeding OD 6 as needed to ensure a black background, even when using modern low-noise CCD cameras. The blocking is optimized for microscopy applications using our exclusive SpecMaker™ fluorescence filter design.
    General Filter Specifications:
    Microscope Compatibility BrightLine filters are available to fit Leica, Nikon, Olympus, Zeiss, and Aperio microscopes.
    Optical Damage Rating Testing has proven to show no signs of degradation when exposed to at least 6 W of power from an unfiltered xenon arc lamp over a 25 mm diameter (corresponding to 1.2 W/mm2) for over 500 hours.
    Phisical Filter Specifications:
    Scratch-Dig 60-40
    Exciter/Emitter Orientation Arrow on ring indicates preferred direction of propagation of light.
    Dichroic Orientation "Reflective coating side" should face toward light source and sample.
       
    Fluorophore:  
    This filter set was specifically optimized for the fluorophores highlighted in bold. “Compatible” indicates an excellent spectral match between fluorophore and filter set that should result in nearly ideal performance in most situations. “Acceptable” indicates a good match between fluorophore and filter set, with actual performance dependent on other experimental conditions.
    Fluorophore
    Compatibility
    Tryptophan
    Compatible
       

     

       
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