Kainic acid, tritiated on the isoproprenyl group. Kainic acid acts as an agonist at kainate glutamate receptors.
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Kainic acid (kainate), labeled with tritium (3H) on the isoprenyl group. Kainic acid is a selective agonist for kainate glutamate receptors, which play a role synaptic plasticity. It is a glutamate analog. Common applications include ligand binding assays.
This product replaces NET875001MC.
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|Unit Size||25 µCi|