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  • L-Proline

    Amresco

    Grade: USP Molecular Weight: 115.13

  • Poly-L-Lysine, MW >=70,000

    MP Biomedicals

    Poly-lysine is a polycation which binds to DNA, red cell membrane and any negatively charged protein. It is typically used as a coating substrate for culture dishes, slides, etc. It enhances electrostatic interaction between negatively charged ions of the cell membrane and the culture surface. When…

  • Urea, Reagent Grade

    MP Biomedicals

    Urea is a prinicipal protein metabolite end product of nitrogen metabolism in most mammals, formed by the enzymatic reactions of the Kreb's cycle and the major product for the removal of free ammonia (NH4+) in vivo. Urea is a mild agent usually used in the solubilization and denaturation of…

  • L-Phenylalanine

    Amresco

    Grade: USP Molecular Weight: 165.19

  • L-Ornithine, Monohydrochloride

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • L-Cystine

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • L-Methionine

    MP Biomedicals

    Methionine is one of the common sulfur-containing amino acids. Methionine is a common methyl-group donor to various substrates, such as creatine, epinephrine, ergosterol, and choline. L-Methionine is used as an essential amino acid for human development and therapeutically acts as an antidote…

  • L-Tryptophan

    MP Biomedicals

    L-Tryptophan is an amino acid precursor of serotonin and melatonin.

  • L-Tyrosine, 99%

    BeanTown Chemical

    CAS: 60-18-4 EC No: 200-460-4 MDL No: MFCD00002606 RTECS: YP2275600 Crystalline/Pieces Molecular Formula: C9H11NO3 MW: 181.19

  • L-Tryptophan

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • Poly-L-Lysine Hydrobromide

    MP Biomedicals

    Poly-lysine is a polycation which binds to DNA, red cell membrane and any negatively charged protein. It is typically used as a coating substrate for culture dishes, slides, etc. It enhances electrostatic interaction between negatively charged ions of the cell membrane and the culture surface. When…

  • L-Methionine

    Bio Basic Inc.

    Methionine is one of the common sulfur-containing amino acids. The biosynthesis of methionine initially occurs by the condensation of homoserine and succinyl-CoA via the action of homoserine acyltransferase. Subsequently, cystathionine g-synthase displaces the succinate group with cysteine to give…

  • Poly-D-Lysine Hydrobromide from Synthetic

    MP Biomedicals

    Poly-lysine is a polycation which binds to DNA, red cell membrane and any negatively charged protein. Molecular weight has been determined by Viscosity as well as by HPLC. It is typically used as a coating substrate for culture dishes, slides, etc. It enhances electrostatic interaction…

  • L-Glutamic Acid

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • L-Asparagine, Anhydrous

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • L-Glutamine

    MP Biomedicals

    L-Glutamine, the uncharged and amidated analog of L-glutamic acid, is an important amino acid for the incorporation of NH4+ into biomolecules. It is biosynthesized from NH4. L-Glutamine is an essential amino acid that is a crucial component of culture media that serves as a major energy source…

  • Glycine, 99%

    BeanTown Chemical

    CAS: 56-40-6 EC No: 200-272-2 MDL No: MFCD00008131 RTECS: MB7600000 Powder Molecular Formula: C2H5NO2 MW: 75.07 Melting Point: 240° (decomposes)

  • L-Glutamic Acid

    MP Biomedicals

    Glutamic acid (abbreviated as Glu or E) is one of the 20-22 proteinogenic amino acids, and its codons are GAA and GAG. Non-essential amino acid for human development; referred to as an excitatory amino acid (EAA) due to its role in neurotransmission. It is an excitatory amino acid which acts as a…

  • L-Asparagine Monohydrate

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • L-Histidine

    MP Biomedicals

    L-histidine is an essential amino acid with a basic side chain, and is hydrophilic in character. It contains an imidazole group in the side chain. Histidine is biosynthesized from ATP, 5-phosphoribosyl-1-pyrophosphate (PRPP), and glutamine. In turn, histidine is degraded to glutamate by histidase,…

  • D-Biotin

    MP Biomedicals

    D-Biotin is a growth factor present in small amounts in every living cell. Involved in carboxylation reactions Occurs mainly bound to proteins or polypeptides Abundant in the liver, kideny, pancreas, yeast, and milk Levels are higher in cancerous tumors than in normal tissues …

  • L-Asparagine

    MP Biomedicals

    L-Asparagine is used in cell culture media and is a component of MEM non-essential amino acids solution. L-Asparagine has been shown to enhance ornithine decarboxylase activity in cultured human colon adenocarcinoma Caco-2 cells and in cultured IEC-6 intestinal epithelial cells. Spore germination…

  • L-Glutamine

    MP Biomedicals

    L-Glutamine, the uncharged and amidated analog of L-glutamic acid, is an important amino acid for the incorporation of NH4+ into biomolecules. It is biosynthesized from NH4+ and glutamate via the enzyme glutamate synthetase. In turn, degradation of glutamine to free the ammonia moiety is mediated…

  • L-Arginine Hydrochloride

    MP Biomedicals

    L-arginine is an amino acid. Necessary for the production of protein Helps rid the body of ammonia Stimulates the release of insulin Used to make nitric oxide Substrate of nitric oxide synthase, which is converted to citrulline and nitric oxide (NO). Induces insulin release by a…

  • N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine

    Bio Basic Inc.

  • L-Cystine, 99%

    BeanTown Chemical

    CAS: 56-89-3 EC No: 200-296-3 MDL No: MFCD00064228 RTECS: HA2690000 Powder Molecular Formula: C6H12N2O4S2 MW: 240.30 Melting Point: 240° (decomposes) Optical Rotation: [α]20/D -219±5°, c = 1% in 1M HCl

  • Glycine, USP

    Spectrum Chemical

    Glycine, USP is an organic compound and is also the smallest of the 20 commonly found amino acids in proteins. It is a sweet tasting, colorless, crystalline solid. Thanks to its side chain of only one hydrogen atom it can fit into hydrophobic or hydrophilic environments. Glycine is a common…

  • L-Carnitine Hydrochloride

    MP Biomedicals

    Carnitine is a quaternary amine that occurs naturally in most mammalian tissue. It is present in relatively high concentrations in skeletal muscle and heart where it is involved in regulating energy metabolism. It shifts glucose metabolism from glycolysis to glycogen storage and enhances the…

  • Glycine, ACS Reagent

    MP Biomedicals

    Glycine is a non-essential amino acid. Only amino acid with no asymmetric carbon. It is a major inhibitory neurotransmitter. Glycine is widely used as a buffer for a variety of immunological applications. Glycine is also used as an eluent in column chromatography. Glycine has been reported for…

  • L-Pipecolic Acid

    MP Biomedicals

    L-Pipecolic acid is a proline homolog and lysine metabolite. It occurs in seeds, malt, edible mushrooms, fruits, etc. Defects in its metabolism is involved in hyperpipecolic acidemia, cerebro-hepato-renal syndrome, neonatal onset adrenoleukodystrophy, and infantile Refsum disease. L-pipecolic…

  • Shikimic Acid

    MP Biomedicals

    Shikimic acid, more commonly known as its anionic form shikimate, is an important biochemical metabolite in plants and microorganisms. Shikimic acid is a precursor for the aromatic amino acids phenylalanine and tyrosine, indole, indole derivatives and aromatic amino acid tryptophan, many alkaloids…

  • Glycine, Molecular Biology Reagent

    MP Biomedicals

    Glycine is a non-essential amino acid. It is the only amino acid with no asymmetric carbon and thus is not chiral. It is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter. It is involved in the biosynthesis of the porphyrin rings of hemes and chlorophylls. Glycine is commonly used in buffer solutions, in…

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