Mutually orthogonal tetrazine–trans-cyclooctene and azide–cyclooctyne cycloaddition reactions were used simultaneously for the bioorthogonal labeling of two different live cell populations in the same culture (see scheme). These small-molecule probes show good chemical reactivity and can be readily incorporated into biological systems.
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