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203188 Sigma-Aldrich

Biotin-X-NHS

  • CAS Number 1219212-66-4

  • Empirical Formula (Hill Notation) C20H30N4O6S

  • Molecular Weight 454.54

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Properties

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feature productdata solubility   DMSO (100 mg/ml)
brand family   Calbiochem
form   White solid
purity   ≥90% by NMR
shipped in   ambient
storage conditions   +2C to +8C
  Protect from moisture
  Ok to freeze

Description

General description

This product has been discontinued.



Used to biotinylate amino acids, peptides, or proteins by reacting with primary amines under mild conditions. Inserts a 6-atom spacer between biotin and the target ligand, thereby alleviating steric hindrance. Useful for red blood cell survival studies.

Analog of Biotin-NHS ester containing a 6-aminocaproic acid "X" spacer arm. Used to biotinylate amino acids, peptides, or proteins by reacting with primary amines under mild conditions. Inserts a six atom spacer between biotin and the target ligand that helps alleviate steric hindrance.

Other Notes

Hoffmann-Fezer, G., et al. 1997. Ann. Hematol.74, 231.
Fabris, F., et al. 1992. Thromb. Res. 66, 409.
Smith, J.S., et al. 1991. Anal. Biochem.197, 247.
Hastie, A.T., et al. 1990. Cell Motility Cytoskel.17, 317.
Ghebrehiwet, B., et al. 1988. J. Immunol. Methods110, 251.
Liu, Y.S.V. and Green, A. 1985. Clin. Chem.31, 202.

Reconstitution

Unstable in solution; reconstitute just prior to use.

Warning

Standard Handling (A)

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