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Biotin cadaverine, free base

Biotin cadaverine free base (N-(5-Aminopentyl)biotinamide) can be directly coupled to activated carboxylic acid groups without using an additional base.

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Biotin cadaverine free base (N-(5-Aminopentyl)biotinamide) can be directly coupled to activated carboxylic acid groups without using an additional base. Also see biotin-X cadaverine free base (90080).

  • Tan solid soluble in DMSO
  • MW: 328.47

 

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