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L4263 Sigma

Sodium DL-lactate solution

syrup, BioReagent, 60 % (w/w), synthetic, suitable for cell culture

Synonym: DL-Lactic acid sodium salt

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biological source   synthetic
InChI Key   NGSFWBMYFKHRBD-UHFFFAOYSA-M
product line   BioReagent
form   syrup
concentration   60 % (w/w)
suitability   suitable for cell culture
storage temp.   2-8°C

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Lactic acid is an α hydroxyl carboxylic acid produced from pyruvate by the enzyme lactate dehydrogenase (LDH). Lactate is one of the main components of Ringer′s lactate or lactated Ringer′s solution.

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NONH for all modes of transport
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