Deoxy D Glucose

Deoxy-D-glucose (DOG) is a glucose analog that is readily transported into most cells, is phosphorylated and trapped by the cells (unidirectional transport), and cannot be further metabolized. It is the most-common chemical used in glucose uptake assays.

ChemicalIsotopeLabelingSolventSpecific activityRad. conc.StorageCatalog number
2-deoxy-D-glucose3HN (1,2 position)90% ethanol5-10 Ci/mmol1 mCi/mL-20°CNET328
N (1,2 position)steri-packaged aqueous solution5-10 Ci/mmol1 mCi/mL4°CNET328A
N (1,2 position)90% ethanol25-50 Ci/mmol1 mCi/mL-20°CNET549
N (1,2 position)steri-packaged aqueous solution25-50 Ci/mmol1 mCi/mL4°CNET549A
14C(position 1)90% ethanol45-60 mCi/mmol0.1 mCi/mL-20°CNEC495
(position 1)steri-packaged aqueous solution45-60 mCi/mmol0.1 mCi/mL4°CNEC495A
Usteri-packaged aqueous solution250-350 mCi/mmol0.1 mCi/mL4°CNEC720A
  • U (uniformly-labeled): designation for compounds labeled in all positions in a uniform or nearly uniform pattern 
  • N (nominally-labeled): designation when the method of preparation requires some (usually a significant amount) of the label to be at a specific site or sites, but no further information is available on the extent (if any at other positions) 
  • G (generally-labeled): designation for compounds in which there is a random distribution of radioactivity at various positions 
  • Specifically labeled: designation used when all labeled positions are identified and the radioactivity at these positions is greater than 95% of the total incorporated into the compound

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