Cross-Linked Allophycocyanin (cl-APC)


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Packing size: 

Shipped with blue ice pack as a suspension in 100 mM Potassium Phosphate buffer, pH7.0 with 60 % Saturated (NH4)2SO4, 1 mM EDTA and 1 mM Sodium Azide. 

They are stable when stored at 2 ~ 8°C for at least three year. Phycobiliproteins must be centrifuged before use.

Absorption Max/Emission Max:

A651/A280 ≥ 5.0
A651/A620 ≥ 1.5

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·         Excellent stability.

·         Highly water-soluble.

·         Extremely high quantum efficiencies.

·         Easy to be conjugated to antibodies and other proteins.

·         Large stokes shifts - Excitation and emission bands at visible wavelengths.

·         Exist broad range of excitation wavelengths.

References and Citations

  1. Durban University of Technology, & Morgany, T. (2020, April). Extraction and purification of C-PC and genome analysis of an indigenour hypersaline cyanobaterium
  2. Fluorophore. (n.d.). Wikipedia. Retrieved August 17, 2022, from
  3. Marinkovic, B., Delneri, A., Rabasovic, M., Terzic, M., Franko, M., & Sevic, D. (2014). Investigation and detection of cyanobacterial Cr-phycoerythrin by laser based techniques. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society79(2), 185–198.
  4. Protein Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Disease and Mortality in the Community. (n.d.). ResearchGate. Retrieved August 18, 2022, from
  5. Sekar, S., & Chandramohan, M. (2007). Phycobiliproteins as a commodity: trends in applied research, patents and commercialization. Journal of Applied Phycology20(2), 113–136.
  6. University of New Orleans, & Biswas, A. (2011, August). Identification and characterization of enzymes involved in the biosynthesis of diff biosynthesis of different phycobiliproteins in cyanobacteria.


Cat. No. Product TDS COA MSDS
RM4 Cross-Linked Allophycocyanin
Phycobiliproteins are stable and water-soluble proteins derived from cyanobacteria and certain algae.