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Biotin SE

Biotin SE (Biotin, succinimidyl ester) is readily coupled to a primary or secondary amine under mild conditions.

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Biotin SE (Biotin, succinimidyl ester) is readily coupled to a primary or secondary amine under mild conditions.

  • White solid soluble in DMSO and moderately soluble in DMF
  • Store at -20°C
  • C14H19N3O5S
  • MW: 341.38

References

1. Bioconjugate Chem 8, 552 (1997).

2. Bioconjugate Chem 8, 545 (1997).

3. J Immunol 159, 5871 (1997).

 

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