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BIOTREND offers more than 11.000 mono- and polyclonal antibodies for research and diagnosis. A vast number of secondary antibodies labeled to AP, Biotin, Colloidal Gold, Cyan, FITC, HRP, PE, Texas Red™ and TRITC are available. You will find them under "Immunoglobulin." in our Ready to use substrate solutions and fizzing tablets for the visualisation are also available. The range of more than 1500 Neurochemicals from BIOTREND Chemicals AG, Switzerland for pharmacology and neurochemistry research consist of both innovative research tools and established standards. With an unrivalled reputation in Dopaminergics, Excitatory and Inhibitory Amino Acids, Nitric Oxide Compounds, Opioids, Serotonergics and products in many other research areas. The Biochemical range covers more than 350 lipids, sphingosines, inositides and products for Signal Transduction research in pharmacology and neurochemistry research. Almost over 1.600 different products labeled with [3H] / [14C] / [125I] from Acacetine to Xylose are available in ourand cover Signal Transduction products like cAMP/cGMP RIA, Ion Channel products, Second Messengers, Phosphoinositides and Bioactive Lipids BIOTREND offers more than 11.000 mono- and polyclonal antibodies for research and diagnosis and a vast number of secondary antibodies labeled to AP, Biotin, Colloidal Gold, Cyan, FITC, HRP, PE, Texas Red™ and TRITC are available. - - - - - - - - - - Almost over 3.800 different products labeled with [3H] / [14C] / [125I] from Acacetine to Xylose are available in our database and cover Signal Transduction products like cAMP/cGMP RIA, Ion Channel products, Second Massengers, Phosphoinositides and Bioactive Lipids. The majority of these radiochemicals are manufactured by American Radiolabeled Chemicals, Inc. Custom synthesis is an important part of our business. We employ a group of highly skilled and experienced Ph.D. chemists who can tackle virtually any type of organic and biochemical synthesis. Because of our small size we offer very competitive prices, fast delivery and high quality products. We supply complex organic chemicals for biomedical research world-wide to a client base including major biotechnology based corporations, pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies, manufacturers of specialty chemicals as well as to researchers at hospitals, universities and research institutions. oanalysis • Products for Life Sciences Research and Bioanalysis • Products for Life Sciences
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BG0475 Tamsulosin hydrochloride - Adrenergic α1 antagonist
BN0738 A 803467 - Selective Nav1.8 channel blocker
BG0476 D-Penicillamine - Immunosuppressant
BN0739 Echinomycin - Antitumour agent and potent
to treat rheumatoid arthritis BG0477 Oxamflatin - Histone deacetylase inhibitor;
BN0740 U-46619 - Thromboxane receptor agonist
BN0741 Sulforaphane - Antitumour agent
BG0478 Venlafaxine hydrochloride - Dual 5-HT/noradrenaline
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BP0376 SNX 482 - Potent, selective Ca2+ channel
BG0479 Methoxsalen - Cytochrome P450 inhibitor
BS0247 NU2058 - Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor
BG0481 3"-Hydroxy-Simvastatin - HMG-CoA reductase
BS0248 AICAR - Orally active AMP kinase (AMPK) agonist
inhibitor metabolite BS0249 AY 9944 dihydrochloride - Specific cholesterol
BG0482 Simvastatin Hydroxy acid, ammonium salt -
biosynthesis inhibitor HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor metabolite BG0483 Fenofibrate - PPARα agonist
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BS0250 H-1152 Glycyl, dihydrochloride - Rho-kinase inhibitor
displaying ROCKII selectivity BG0484 Torasemide - Ion channel modulator, loop diuretic
BS0252 Jervine - Inhibitor of sonic hedgehog (Hh) signaling
BG0485 Topiramate - Anticonvulsant agent;
BS0253 Purmorphamine - Smo activator
GluR5 kainate antagonist (hedgehog signaling pathway) BG0487 Dimebolin dihydrochloride - Antihistaminergic,
BS0255 9,21-Didehydroryanodine - Ca2+ relase inhibitor (SR)
Alzheimer's disease therapeutic BG0489 Rocuronium bromide - Acetylcholine,
nicotinic antagonist Page 5
BG0491 Nitisinone - 4-Hydroxyphenylpyruvate
oxidase inhibitor BN0730 Herbimycin A - Hsp90 protein inhibitor
BN0731 Ellipticine - Antitumour agent,
topoisomerase II inhibitor BN0733 Pravadoline - Cannabinoid receptor agonist
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Tamsulosin hydrochloride
Cat.No. Size

α1A-selective adrenoceptor antagonist used in the symptomatictreatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) (pKi value are for9.97, 9.64 and 8.86 for α1A, α1B and α1D adrenoceptors, respectively).
Reference1. Garcia-Sainz et al. (1995) Eur J Pharmacol 289:1; M.W. 444.97 C H N O S.HCl
20 28 2 5
2. Taguchi et al. (1997) J Pharmacol Exp Ther 280:1; [106463-17-6] Desiccate at RT
3. Michel MC and de la Rosette (2004) Expert Opin Pharmacother 5:151; Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO or to 10 mM in water
4. Ohtake et al. (2005) J Pharm Pharmacol 58:345 Immunosuppressant to treat rheumatoid arthritis. It works by reducing numbers of T-lymphocytes, inhibiting macrophage function, decreasing IL-1, decreasing rheumatoid factor and preventing colla-gen from cross-linking. It is also used as a chelating agent. Recent- M.W. 149.21 C H NO S
5 11
ly, in a population of patients with diffuse cutaneous systemic [52-67-5] Store at +4° C
sclerosis, with progressive disease of recent onset, D-peni- Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO or to 10 mM in water
cillamine treatment caused a statistically significant reduction in skin involvement and improvement of renal, cardiac and pul-monary involvement.
Reference1. Walshe (2003) Mov Disord 18:853; 2. Derk et al. (2008) Br J Dermatol 158:1063 Oxamflatin
Cat.No. Size

Potent inhibitor of mammalian histone deacetylase (HDAC) (IC50 = 15.7 nM) and antitumour agent. Induces apoptosis in P-glyo-protein (Pgp) positive and Pgp negative multidrug resistant cells.
Reference1. Sonoda et al. (1996) Oncogene 13:143; M.W. 342.37 C H N O S
17 14 2 4
2. Kim et al. (1999) Oncogene 18:2461; [151720-43-3] Store at +4° C
3. Peart et al. (2003) Cancer Res 63:4460; Soluble to 15 mg/ml in DMSO
4. Dear et al. (2006) Org Biomol Chem 4:3778 Antidepressant agent. A potent inhibitor of neuronal serotonin andnoradrenaline reuptake (Ki values are 82 nM and 2.5 µM, respectively)and a weak inhibitor of dopamine reuptake. It has no significant ac-tivity for muscarinic, histaminergic or α1 adrenergic receptors in vitro.
Effexor; Wy-45030; WY-45030
1. Bymaster et al. (2001) Neuropsychopharmacology 25:871; 2. Magalas et al. (2005) Eur J Pharmacol 528:103; M.W. 313.86 C H NO .HCl
17 27
2
3. Berrocoso and Mico (2007) J Pharmacol Exp Ther 322:101; [99300-78-4] Store at RT
4. Berrocoso and Mico (2008) Int J Neuropsychopharmacol 14:1 Soluble to 50 mM in DMSO or to 100 mM in water
Methoxsalen
Cat.No. Size

Methoxsalen plus UVA irradiation induces monoadducts and inter-strand cross-links in DNA and therefore can be used to study DNA repair and recombination mechanisms. Also an inactivator of puri- fied reconstituted cytochrome P450. It is used to treat psoriasis,eczema, and some cutaneous Lymphomas in conjunction with M.W. 216.19 C H O
12 8 4
exposing the skin to sunlight.
[298-81-7] Store at RT (protect from light)
Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO

Reference1. Meniel et al. (1997) Mutat Res 384:23; 2. Hickman et al. (1998) Drug Metab Dispos 26:207; 3. Vongthongsri et al. (2006) J Am Acad Dermatol 55:627 Metabolite of the HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor simvastatin (Cat. No. BG0317).
Reference1. White (1999) J Clin Pharmacol 30:111; 2. Garrett et al. (2001) Curr Pharmaceut Des 7:715; 3. Reinoso et al. (2002) Methods Find Exp Clin Pharmacol 24:593; 4. Pasha et al. (2006) Biomed Chromatogr 20:282 M.W. 434.57 C H O
25 38 6
[126313-98-2] Desiccate at -20° C
Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO or to 50 mM in ethanol

Simvastatin Hydroxy acid, ammonium salt
Cat.No. Size

Metabolite of the HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor simvastatin (Cat. No. BG0317).
1. White (1999) J Clin Pharmacol 30:111; 2. Garrett et al. (2001) Curr Pharmaceut Des 7:715; 3. Reinoso et al. (2002) Methods Find Exp Clin Pharmacol 24:593; M.W. 453.61 C H NO
4. Pasha et al. (2006) Biomed Chromatogr 20:282 [139893-43-9] Desiccate at -20° C
Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO or to 50 mM in ethanol

Fenofibrate
Cat.No. Size

Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR) alpha agonist(EC50 values are 18 and 30 µM for murine and human PPARα,respectively). It also binds to PPARγ, but with at least 10-fold less affinity and is inactive at PPARδ at concentrations up to 100 µM.
Antihyperlipoproteinemic agent.
M.W. 360.83 C H ClO
20 21
[49562-28-9] Store at -20° C
Soluble in DMSO, slightly soluble in ethanol, insoluble in water
1. Lemberger et al. (1996) Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol 12:335; 2. Latruffe et al. (1997) Biochimie 79:81; 3. Willson et al. (2000) J Med Chem 43:528; 4. Mandard et al. (2004) Cell Mol Life Sci 61:393 Torasemide
Cat.No. Size

Inhibits ion co-transport in the kidney (renal Na+-K+-Cl-cotrans-porter). A loop diuretic with antialdosteronergic properties.
Reference1. Dunn et al. (1995) Drugs 49:121; 2. Vormfelde et al. (2006) Br J Clin Pharmacol 62:323; fonamide; Torsemide; Dermadex
3. Kasama et al. (2006) Heart 92:1434 M.W. 348.42 C H N O S
20 4 3
[56211-40-6] Store at RT
Soluble to 18 mg/ml in DMSO or in ethanol

Topiramate
Cat.No. Size

A GluR5 kainate receptor antagonist. Anticonvulsant agent used totreat epilepsy in both children and adults. It is also approved for theprevention of migraines. A sulfamate-substituted monosaccharide,related to fructose.
McN 4853; RWJ 17021
1. Maryanoff et al. (1987) J Med Chem 30:880; 2. Maryanoff et al. (1998) J Med Chem 41:1315 M.W. 339.36 C H NO S
12 21
[97240-79-4] Store at RT
Soluble to 44 mg/ml in DMSO

Dimebolin dihydrochloride
Cat.No. Size

A histamine H1 receptor antagonist. It has been used clinically inRussia as antihistaminergic drug since 1983. Recently it has beenshown to inhibit brain cell death in preclinical studies of Alzheimer'sdisease and Huntington's disease, making it a potential treatment for these and other neurodegenerative diseases. It appears to oper- ate through multiple mechanisms of action, e.g. blocking the action M.W. 392.37 C H N .2HCl
of neurotoxic β-amyloid proteins, inhibiting L-type calcium channels 21 25 3
Store at +4° C
and modulating the action of AMPA and NMDA glutamate receptors.
Soluble in DMSO or ethanol
Reference1. Matveeva (1983) Farmakologiia i Toksikologiia 46:27; 2. Bachurin et al. (2001) Annals NY Acad Sci 939:425; 3. Shevtsova et al. (2005) Vestnik Rossiiskoi Akademii Meditsinskikh Nauk 9:13; 4. Doody et al. (2008) Lancet 372:207; 5. Burns and Jacoby (2008) Lancet 372:179 Rocuronium bromide
Cat.No. Size

A competitive nicotinic antagonist. An aminosteroid non-depolariz-ing neuromuscular blocker or muscle relaxant used in modernanaesthesia. See also Pancuronium bromide (Cat. No. BG0283).
Reference1. Hunter (1996) Br J Anaesth 76:481; 2. Lysakowski et al. (2007) Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 51:848 M.W. 609.68 C H BrN O
32 53
2 4
[119302-91-9] Store at RT
Soluble in DMSO or ethanol

Nitisinone
Cat.No. Size

A reversibile inhibitior of 4-hydroxyphenylpyruvate oxidase, thuspreventing the formation of maleylacetoacetic acid and fumaryl-acetoacetic acid, which have the potential to be converted to succinyl acetone, a toxin that damages the liver and kidneys. A drug originally developed as an herbicide now used in the treat- M.W. 329.23 C H F NO
ment of hereditary tyrosinemia type.
14 10 3
[104206-65-7] Store at RT
Soluble in DMSO or ethanol

Reference1. Kavana and Moran (2003) Biochemistry 42:10238; 2. McKiernan (2006) Drugs 66:743; 3. Santra and Baumann (2008) Expert Opin Pharmacother 9:1229 Herbimycin A
Cat.No. Size

Hsp90 protein chaperone complex inhibitor. A benzoquinoidansamaycin antibiotic isolated from Streptomyces hygroscopicusthat inhibits protein tyrosine kinase. Also a potent inhibitor of angiogenesis.
Reference1. Oikawa et al. (1994) Biol Pharm Bull 17:1430; 2. Davis et al. (1999) Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 16:59; 3. Nagaishi et al. (1999) J Cell Physiol 180:345; 4. Zakar et al. (1999) Can J Physiol Pharmacol 77:138 M.W. 574.66 C H N O
30 42
2 9
[70563-58-5] Desiccate at -20° C (protect from light)
Soluble to 7.5 mg/ml in DMSO

Ellipticine
Cat.No. Size

Antitumour agent, the mode of action of which is considered to be based on DNA intercalation and inhibition of topoisomerase II. It inhibits phosphorylation of p53 and induces apoptosis. Also inhibits cytochrome P450-1A1.
M.W. 246.31 C H N
17 14 2
[519-23-3] Store at -20° C
1. Ammon-Froelich et al. (1995) J Biol Chem 270:14998; Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO
2. Ohashi et al. (1995) Jpn J Cancer Res 86:819; 3. Chang (1998) Mol Cell Biol 18:525; 4. Stiborova et al. (2004) Cancer Res 64:8374 Pravadoline
Cat.No. Size

An anti-inflammatory and analgesic drug displaying cannabinoidreceptor agonist activity. It was developed in the 1980s as a newanti-inflammatory and prostaglandin synthesis inhibitor.
1. Haubrich et al. (1990) J Pharmacol Exp Ther 255:511; 2. Ward et al. (1990) J Pharmacol Exp Ther 255:1230; 3. D'Ambra et al. (1992) J Med Chem 35:124 M.W. 378.46 C H N O
23 26
2 3
[92623-83-1] Store at -20° C
Soluble in DMSO

A 803467
Cat.No. Size

Potent and selective blocker of the TTX-resistant voltage-gated sodium channel Nav1.8 (IC50 are 8 nM and 140 nM for human and rat Nav1.8 respectively). It attenuates spinal neuronal activityin neuropathic rats.
M.W. 357.79 C H ClNO
19 16
[944261-79-4] Store at +4° C
1. Jarvis et al. (2007) Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104:8520; Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO or to 25 mM in ethanol
2. McGaraughty et al. (2008) J Pharmacol Exp Ther 324:1204; 3. Kort et al. (2008) J Med Chem 51:407 Echinomycin
Cat.No. Size

A cyclic depsipeptide metabolite from Streptomyces sp. MST-AS5446. It has broad activity against bacteria, fungi and viruses and has found application as an antitumour agent. It acts by bifunctional intercalation of nucleic acids. It is also a potent inhibitor of Hypoxia-inducible factor-1 (HIF-1).
1. Park et al. (2004) Pharmacol Res 50:201; 2. Kong et al. (2005) Cancer Res 65:9047 Quinomycin A; Actinoleukin
M.W. 1101.26 C H N O S
51 64 12 12 2
[512-64-1] Store at +4° C
Soluble in DMSO, ethanol or methanol

U-46619
Cat.No. Size

A stable analog of the endoperoxide prostaglandin H2 and a throm-boxane receptor agonist. It exhibits properties similar to throm- boxane A2 (EC50 values for shape change in human, rat, and rabbit hept-5-yl]-5-heptenoic acid; U 46619; 9,11-Dideoxy-9a,11a-methanoepoxy
platelets are 4.8, 6.0, and 7.3 nM respectively, and for aggregation are 82, 145, and 65 nM, respectively).
M.W. 350.49 C H O
21 34 4
[56985-40-1] Desiccate at -20° C
Soluble in methyl acetate, to 100 mg/ml in DMSO or ethanol
1. Coleman et al. (1981) Br J Pharmacol 73:773; 2. Liel et al. (1987) Prostaglandins 33:789; 3. Tymkewycz et al. (1991) Br J Pharmacol 102:607; 4. Abramovitz et al. (2000) Biochim Biophys Acta 1483:285 Sulforaphane
Cat.No. Size

An anticancer, antidiabetic and antimicrobial compound that occurs naturally in broccoli. The anticancer activity of sulforaphane is M.W. 177.29 C H NOS
6 11
thought to be related to the induction of phase-II enzymes of xeno- [4478-93-7] Desiccate at -20° C
biotic transformation (such as quinone reductase and glutathione Soluble to 40 mg/ml in DMSO
S-transferase), and enhancing the transcription of tumour suppres-sor proteins. Recently it has been show that it targets pancreatictumour-initiating cells by NF-κB-induced anti-apoptotic signaling.
Reference1. Zhang et al. (1992) Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 89:2399; 2. Kall et al. (1997) Cancer Lett 114:169; 3. Fahey et al. (2002) Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 99:7610; 4. Kallifatidis et al. (2008) Gut 2008 Oct 1. [Epub ahead of print] SNX 482
Cat.No. Size

A selective and potent voltage-dependent R-type CaV2.3 calciumchannel blocker (IC50 = 30 nM). Antinociceptive agent. A toxin from the venom of the tarantula Hysterocrates gigas.
1. Newcombe et al. (1998) Biochemistry 37:15353; M.W. 4495.01 C H N O S
192 274 52 60 7
2. Bourinet et al. (2001) Biophys J 81:79; [203460-30-4] Desiccate at -20° C
3. Kohlmeier and Leonard (2006) Eur J Neurosci 23:1151; Soluble in water
4. Matthews et al. (2007) Eur J Neurosci 25:3561 NU2058
Cat.No. Size

Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor. Competitive inhibitor ofCDK1/cyclin B (IC50 = 5 µM) and CDK2/cyclin A (IC50 = 12 µM).
Reference1. Arris et al. (2000) J Med Chem 43:2797; M.W. 247.30 C H N O
2. Gibson et al. (2002) J Med Chem 45:3381; 12 17 5
3. Knockaert et al. (2002) Trends Pharmacol Sci 23:417; [161058-83-9] Store at +4° C
4. Ferguson et al. (2004) Cell Cycle 3:80 Soluble in water or to 22 mg/ml in DMSO
AICAR
Cat.No. Size

Orally active AMP kinase (AMPK) agonist. It is phosphorylated in whole cells to form 5-aminoimidazole-4-carboxamide-1-D-ribo-furanosyl-5'-monophosphate, which stimulates AMPK activity. Inhibits PPARα coactivation and adipocyte differentiation. Recently, it has been shown that the AMPK agonist AICAR and PPARδ agonists are exercise mimetics.
M.W. 258.23 C H N O
9 14
4 5
[2627-69-2] Store at -20° C
Soluble to 9 mg/ml in water or DMSO
1. Corton et al. (1995) Eur J Biochem 229:558; 2. Habinowski et al. (2001) Biochem Biophys Res Commun 286:852; 3. Vergis et al. (2001) J Biol Chem 276:7727; 4. Bronner et al. (2004) Biochem J 384:295; 5. Narkar et al. (2008) Cell, doi:10.1016/j.cell.2008.06 AY 9944 dihydrochloride
Cat.No. Size

A specific cholesterol biosynthesis inhibitor, due to a specific inhi-bition of ∆7-dehydrocholesterol reductase and inhibition of choles- terol esterification. It is also an inhibitor of hedgehog (hh) signa-ling, possibly via several mechanisms and a teratogenic agent in vivo. M.W. 464.30 C H Cl N .2HCl
22 28
2
2
[366-93-8] Desiccate at RT
Soluble to 50 mM in water or to 5 mM in DMSO
1. Dvornik and Hill (1968) J Lipid Res 9:587; 2. Cooper et al. (1998) Science 280:1603; 3. Incardona and Eaton (2000) Curr Op Cell Biol 12:193; 4. Bercovici et al. (2007) Neurosci Lett 418:13 ucts for Life Sciences Research and Bioanalysis • Products for Life Sciences Research and Bio
H-1152 Glycyl, dihydrochloride
Cat.No. Size

Rho-kinase inhibitor displaying ROCKII selectivity (I50 values are11.8 nM, 2.35 µM, 2.57 µM, 3.26 µM, > 10 µM and >10 µM forROCKII, Aurora A, CAMKII, PKG, PKA and PKC, respectively) Reference1. Tamura et al. (2005) Biochim Biophys Acta 1754:245 M.W. 449.39 C H N O S.2HCl
18 24
4 3
[913844-45-8] Desiccate at +4° C
Soluble to 100 mM in water or to 50 mM in DMSO

Jervine
Cat.No. Size

Naturally occuring steroidal alkaloid structurally similar to cyclo-pamine (Cat. No. BS0054). It specifically inhibits the hedgehog(Hh) pathway by interaction with the Hh signaling proteinsmoothened. Anti-cancer and teratogenic agent in vivo. Tomatidine (Cat. No. BS0254) is a useful negative control.
Reference1. Cooper et al. (1998) Science 280:1603; M.W. 425.60 C H NO
27 39
2. Mistretta et al. (2003) Dev Biol 254:1; [469-59-0] Desiccate at -20° C
3. Williams et al. (2003) PNAS 100:4616 Soluble to 10 mg/ml in ethanol or to 5 mg/ml in DMSO
It directly binds to and activates the 7-transmembrane Smo receptorof the Hedgehog signaling pathway. It also promotes the differenti-ation of both human and murine mesenchymal progenitor cells intoosteoblasts (EC50 = 1 µM for differentiation of C3H10T1/2 cellsbased on alkaline phosphatases expression).
1. Wu et al. (2002) J Am Chem Soc 124:14520; 2. Wu et al. (2004) Chemistry & Biology 11:1229; M.W. 520.62 C H N O
3. Beloti et al. (2005) J Cell Biol Int 29:537; 31 32
6 2
4. Sinha and Chen (2006) Nature Chem Biol 2:29 [483367-10-8] Store at -20° C
Soluble to 1 mg/ml in DMSO or ethanol

Plant alkaloid. Potent Ca2+ release inhibitor from sarcoplasmicreticulum. Ryanodine receptors form a class of calcium channels in various forms of muscle: RyR1 is expressed in skeletal muscle,RyR2 in myocardium and a third form, RyR3, is expressed in the brain. See also ryanodine (Cat. No. BS0171).
M.W. 491.53 C H NO
25 33
1. Sutko et al. (1985) Fed Proc 44:2984; [94513-55-0] Desiccate at -20° C
2. Sutko et al. (1997) Pharmacol Rev 49:53; Soluble in DMSO, methanol or ethanol and in water under warming
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N-terminal acetylation add one residue to the peptide N-terminal biotinylation 14,00 per peptide
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length and sequence. For most applications sequences with 12 – 15 amino acids are suf- • Peptides which can not be purified to the extend ficient. Very hydrophobic peptides are not recommended, since yields may be very low. ordered initially will be offered at reduced cost Prices are net without taxes and freight. Our General Terms and Conditions apply. with no obligation to accept the offer.
Prices are subject to change without notice. Current prices and order form available at www.biotrend.com • If the quantity obtained after purification is less than ordered the price is scaled down .all prices net. Taxes and transportation cost extra.
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❑ Biotin-spacer (SGSG)* ❑ Biocytin* ❑ Long chain-(C )Biocytin* ❑ Long chain-(C )Biotin* _* Additional Charge List Sequence belowe:
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• Mass Spectral analysis provided on all peptides. Peptides requested unpurified are quantitated by MS analysis only. Peptides required at ≥70% and higher purities are quantitated by RP-HPLC (trace included) and confirmed as containing the target peptide by MS analysis.
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