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JenKemUSA/Methoxy PEG Succinimidyl Carboxymethyl Ester/A3016-1\/M-SCM-10K,1g
  • JenKemUSA/Methoxy PEG Succinimidyl Carboxymethyl Ester/A3016-1\/M-SCM-10K,1g


货号 A3016-1\/M-SCM-10K,1g
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Methoxy PEG Succinimidyl Carboxymethyl Ester for amine PEGylation, with superior quality specification of ≥95% Substitution.

JenKem Technology’s Methoxy PEG Succinimidyl Carboxymethyl Ester (Methoxy PEG NHS or Methoxy PEG SCM) is a high quality amine reactive PEG product with a stable non-degradable linker between the PEG polymeric chain and the NHS ester. Methoxy PEG Succinimidyl Carboxymethyl Ester reacts with the amine group of lysine(s) at room temperature in less than 1hr at pH 7-8. Shorter hydrolysis half life of M-PEG-SCM ensures maximum selectivity towards most sterically available amine groups.

JenKem Technology offers Methoxy PEG SCM Ester with MW 2kDa (M-SCM-2000), MW 3kDa (M-SCM-3000), MW 5kDa (M-SCM-5000), MW 10kDa (M-SCM-10K), MW 20kDa (M-SCM-20K), MW 30 kDa (M-SCM-30K), MW 35 kDa (M-SCM-35K) and MW 40kDa (M-SCM-40K), in 1g and 10g packing sizes. Different MW of Methoxy PEG SCM Ester products may be available by custom synthesis, please email us at tech@jenkemusa.com for details on custom PEGs. Other linear NHS esters are available – please select other stable linker NHS PEGs, or cleavable linker NHS PEGs. JenKem Technology provides repackaging services for an additional fee, please contact us if you require a different package size than our catalog selection.

Bulk PEGs and GMP grade PEGs are made-to-order. Please contact us for bulk pricing.

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  • 又称氢氧基,由氢和氧两种原子组成的一价原子团(-OH)。此原子团在有机化合物中称为羟基,是醇(ROH)、酚(ArOH)等分子中的官能团;在无机化合物水溶液中以带负电荷的离子形式存在(OH-1),称为氢氧根。当羟基与苯环相连时,可使苯环致活,显弱酸性。 查看更多>

  • 一般指1-十六烷醇。中文名十六醇外文名hexadecanolCASNo.36653-82-4分子式C16H34O目录1基本信息2理化性质3主要用途4危害危险十六醇基本信息中文名称2:棕榈醇英文名称2:1-hexadecanol,Cetylalcohol分子量:242.50结构式:分子式:C16H34O(CH3CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2OH) 查看更多>

  • 实验方法原理细胞融合的诱导物种类很多.常用的主要有灭活的仙台病毒(Sendaivirus),聚乙二醇(Polyethyleneglycol,PEG)和电脉冲。目前应用最广泛的是聚乙二醇,因为它易得、简便,且融合效果稳定。PEG的促融机制尚不完全清楚,它可能引起细胞膜中磷脂的酰键及极性 查看更多>

  • 实验方法原理在液氮中研磨植物材料,使部分细胞破碎,进一步使植物细胞在裂解液中裂解,用醋酸钠和氯仿沉淀蛋白质,异丙醇沉淀核酸,溶解后经氯化锂沉淀总RNA,洗涤后得到高质量的RNA。本实验旨在了解和掌握植物总RNA的分离和纯化方法。实验材料植物RNA试剂、试剂 查看更多>

  • BackgroundZebrafish,Brachydaniorerio,haveadistinctembryonicdevelopment.Theembryogoesthroughaprocesscalledepiboly.Epiboly,asdefinedinthesixtheditionofDevelopmentalBIOLOGy(Gilbert2000),isthemovementofepithelialsheets(usuallyoftheectodermcells)thatspreadasaunit,ratherthanindividually,toenclosethedeeperlayersoftheembryo.Epibolyenablesanembryotoprotectt 查看更多>

  • ObjectiveTheobjectiveoftheexperimentistodeterminetheeffectsofethanolexposureontheembryonicdevelopmentofzebrafishthroughobservationofphysicaldefomities.IntroductionEmbryonicdevelopmentofzebrafish,Danioreriro,isaffectedbyethanolinamannersimilartohighervertebrates(BladerandSträhle,1998).Therefore,investigatingtheeffectsofethanolonzebrafishembryom 查看更多>

  • Introduction:Theearlystagesofzebrafish,Danioreriodevelopmentarecharacterizedbymeroblasticdicoidalcleavage.Initiallycelldivisiononlyoccursintheblastodisc,whichisathinregionontheanimalcapoftheegg.Thisblasotdisccontainsalloftheegg"scytoplasmandorganelles,therestoftheeggisfilledwithyolk.Afterabout10celldivisionsthemidblastulatransitionbeginsandthecells 查看更多>

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