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57-50-1 - Sucrose, Molecular Biology Grade - D-(+)-Saccharose - J65148 - Alfa Aesar

J65148 Sucrose, Molecular Biology Grade

CAS-Nummer
57-50-1
Synonyme
D-(+)-Saccharose

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500g 32,14
1kg 53,56
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Sucrose, Molecular Biology Grade

MDL
MFCD00006626
EINECS
200-334-9

Chemische Eigenschaften

Formel
C12H22O11
Molmasse
342.30
Form
Crystalline solid
Schmelzpunkt
185-187°
Dichte
1.58
Löslichkeit
Soluble in water

Anwendungen

Sucrose is used to prepare density gradients for cell/organelle separation. In addition, sucrose can be used as a supplement in plant, insect, and bacterial culture media. It can also be used in various enzymatic assays. Sucrose is used in molecular biology for the preparation of density gradients.

Bemerkungen

Keep container tightly closed. Store in cool, dry conditions in well sealed containers.

Literaturverweise

Ruby I. MacDonald. Temperature and ionic effects on the interaction of erythroid spectrin with phosphatidylserine membranes. Biochemistry. 1993, 32, (27),6957-6964.

Henry Daniell. Transformation and Foreign Gene Expression in Plants Mediated by Microprojectile Bombardment. Recombinant Gene Expression Protocols. 1997, 62, 463-489.

Weitere Referenzen

Beilstein
90825
Harmonized Tariff Code
1701.99
TSCA
Yes
RTECS
WN6500000

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