methanol: soluble 1.90-2.10 mg/mL, clear, colorless to faint yellow or tan
acetone: slightly soluble
benzene: slightly soluble
chloroform: slightly soluble
ethyl acetate: slightly soluble
lower alcohols: soluble
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Trichostatin A is soluble in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) and in ethanol, each at 1 mg/mL. It is also soluble in methanol at 2 mg/mL. It is insoluble in water. Additional solubility information can be found on the data sheet on our website.
Solutions at a concentration of 2 mg/mL in DMSO can be divided into aliquots and stored frozen at -20°C.
Product T8552 has not been tested for any endotoxin levels, nor has it been cell culture tested.
Trichostatin A inhibits histone deacetylase at nanomolar concentrations. Additional information may be found in the literature references cited on the product detail page for T8552.
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