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8.55047 EMD Millipore

NovaPEG Rink Amide resin

Novabiochem®

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Properties

brand family   Novabiochem
packaging   1 g in Glass bottle (8550470001)
  25 g in Plastic bottle (8550470025)
  5 g in Glass bottle (8550470005)
shipped in   ambient
storage temp.   Store at +2°C to +8°C.
specifications   Colour (visual): white to light yellow to beige
  Appearance of substance (visual): beads
  Loading (determined from the substitution of the Fmoc-Leu loaded resin): 0.30 - 0.60 mmol/g
  TNBS-Test: passes test
  Swelling Volume (in DMF): lot specific result
  PEG based resin; 35 - 100 mesh

Description

Background information

An excellent acid-labile resin for the continuous flow and batch Fmoc SPPS of peptide amides. This resin is prepared by derivatization of NovaPEG amino resin with the modified Rink linker. The support has excellent swelling properties in a wide range of solvents, including water, MeCN, MeOH, DCM, DMF, THF, and toluene. In comparative studies this resin was found to give better results than polystyrene-based supports in the synthesis of hydrophobic peptides. The high hydrophilicity was also found to benefit on-resin immunoassays with one-bead-one-peptide libraries [1].

The product number for this product was previously 01-64-0473.

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Safety Information

HS Code 
3907 20 99
Storage class 
10 - 13 Other liquids and solids
WGK 
WGK 1 slightly water endangering
Disposal 
32
Chromatographic residues: Aggressive, explosive (e.g. peroxides) or toxic substances in chromatographic layers or sorbents must be eliminated using suitable methods (washing out, elution) prior to disposal. The solvents used for elution can in many cases be reutilized. Larger quantities of sorbents (e.g. from columns) should be freed from solvents (filtration, drying) and packed into rip-resistant plastic sachets; container I. TLC carrier materials and columns should be disposed of together with the corresponding waste materials (aluminium, glass, plastic); container K.
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