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Glucose 1-Phosphate, α-D-[14C(U)]-, Dipotassium Salt, 50µCi (1.85MBq)

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50 µCi quantities of a-D-[14C(U)]-Glucose 1-Phosphate, Dipotassium Salt are available for your research. Application of D-[14C]Glucose can be found in: convenient photosynthesis of uniformly [14C]-labelled d-glucose, d-fructose and sucrose, and chemical synthesis of methyl-a-d-glucopyranoside, incorporation of [14C] in milk proteins after a ruminal infusion in dairy goats, anomeric specificity of incorporation into glycogen in rat hemidiaphragms, olfactory bulbectomy reducing cerebral glucose utilization, etc. Special Information:

Conversion to other salts:
The dipotassium salt may be converted to that of another cation by passing it through a small column of exchange resin in the form of the desired cation. A 1-2ml quantity of throughly washed resin is generally satisfactory. Necessary precautions should be exercised to minimize any breakdown from occurring during this procedure.

Removal of Solvent:
An aliquot or the entire sample can be taken to dryness by directing a gentle stream of inert gas (nitrogen) over the surface of the solution. The temperature of the solution should not be allowed to exceed 20°C during the drying process, and the compound should not be permitted to remain in the solid state any longer than necessary. For additional information regarding stability and storage, see discussion above.

Concentration 0.02 mCi/mL
Detection Method Radiometric
Label Position Specifically Labeled
Molecular Weight 336.2
One Unit Contains 50 µCi
Product Brand Name NEN Radiochemicals
Radioisotope C-14
Radionuclide 14C
Shipping Condition Dry Ice
Special Ordering Information This is a radioactive product - shipping address must have a license to receive radioactive materials.
Unit Size 50 µCi

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