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D- (+) Biotin, [3H(G)]- 1 mCi

Biotin, also known as Vitamin H or B7 is an important cofactor responsible for carbon dioxide transfer in several carboxylase enzyme reactions. This product will have scheduled availability dates on the first Monday in May and November.

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Biotin, also known as Vitamin H or B7, is a water-soluble vitamin that helps convert food into energy. In addition to this, it also influences cell growth, affects amino acids involved in protein synthesis, and is involved in various metabolic reactions involved in the transfer of carbon dioxide.

Biotin is widely used to conjugate proteins in biochemical assays. Proteins of interest are biotinylated and the high affinity of biotin for streptavidin is exploited as the target molecular interaction for these biochemical assays. This approach is especially advantageous in the research of biosensors and cell sorting.

Specifications

Detection Method Radiometric
Fresh Lot Days First Monday in May and November
Label Position Generally Labeled
Molecular Weight 244.3
Product Brand Name NEN Radiochemicals
Radioisotope H-3
Radionuclide 3H
Shipping Condition Dry Ice
Special Ordering Information This is a radioactive product - shipping address must have a license to receive radioactive materials.
Unit Size 1 mCi
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Using the NENSure Packaging System from PerkinElmer

Since 1985, the unique NENSure system has set the standard for radiochemical packaging. Based on proven performance over millions of shipments, the system provides: Ease of use, Safe storage of unused product and Reduced radiation exposure. Many NEN brand research products, including 32P-, 33P-, 35S-, 3H-, 14C- and 125I-labeled compounds, are packaged in the NENSure System, as are most radionuclides.

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