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Biotin Ethylenediamine Iodoacetamide

Biotin ethylenediamine iodoacetamide is readily coupled to thiols.

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Product Description

Biotin ethylenediamine iodoacetamide is readily coupled to thiols.

  • Off-white solid soluble in DMF
  • Store at -20°C
  • C14H23IN4O3S
  • MW: 454.33


1. J Biol Chem 274, 4722 (1999).

2. Biochem J 251, 935 (1988).


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