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A9204 Sigma-Aldrich

6′-Sialyllactose sodium salt

from human milk, ≥95% (HPAE/PAD)

Synonym: α-NeuNAc-(2→6)-β-D-Gal-(1→4)-D-Glc, 6′-N-Acetylneuraminyl-lactose sodium salt, 6′-SL

  • CAS Number 74609-39-5

  • Linear Formula C23H38NO19Na

  • Molecular Weight 655.53

  •  PubChem Substance ID 24891426

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Properties

biological source   human milk
assay   ≥95% (HPAE/PAD)
storage temp.   −20°C

Description

Application

6′-Sialyllactose is a compound wherein the acetylneuraminyl (NANA) unit is connected to the galactosyl unit of lactose at the 6 position. In 3’-sialylactose, this connection is at the 3 position. 3′-Sialyllactose and 6′-Sialyllactose are used to differentiate and characterize binding domains of viruses, such as influenza and rhinitis viruses, that recognize NANA capped cell surface receptors. 3′-Sialyllactose and 6’-sialylactose are used as reference compounds in analytical methods developed to measure their presence in materials such as milk and colostrums.

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport
WGK Germany 
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Documents

Certificate of Analysis

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Certificate of Origin

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Protocols & Articles

Articles

O-Glycans

O-Linked Neutral Glycans O-Linked Sialylated Glycans Blood Group Antigens Lewis and Cell Adhesion Glycans α-Gal-(1→3)-Gal Antigens
Glycobiology Analysis Manual, 2nd Edition
Keywords: Adhesion, Catalysis, Coagulation, Degradations, Environmental, Events, Gene expression, Glycosylations, Inflammation, Ligands, O-linked glycosylation, Phosphorylations, Sequences, Transcription, Type

Peer-Reviewed Papers
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