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Biotin cadaverine, trifluoroacetate salt

Biotin cadaverine, biotin-X cadaverine (90061), and biotin ethylenediamine (90057) can be coupled to carboxylic acids, DNA and other biomolecules.

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Biotin cadaverine, biotin-X cadaverine (90061), and biotin ethylenediamine (90057) can be coupled to carboxylic acids, DNA and other biomolecules.

  • White solid soluble in DMSO
  • Store at 4°C
  • C17H29N4O4S
  • MW: 442.5.

References

1. J Histochem Cytochem 38, 377 (1990).

2. Ann NY Acad Sci 463, 214 (1984).

3. Biochem J 251,935 (1988).

 

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