Incorporate a detectable and quantitative tracer in metabolic studies, without steric hindrance. We offer 3H and 14C-labeled radiolabeled carbohydrates, which you can use in a variety of in vitro and in vivo experiments, including:
2-Deoxy-D-glucose, nominally labeled with tritium at C1/C2. This product is supplied steri-packaged in an aqueous solution. Deoxy-D-glucose (DOG) is a glucose analog that is readily transported into most cells, is phosphorylated and trapped by the cells (unidirectional transport), and cannot be further metabolized. It is the most-common chemical used in glucose uptake assays.
2-deoxy-D-glucose, labeled at the 1,2 position with tritium. This glucose analog is readily transported into most cells and cannot be further metabolized, and is commonly used in glucose uptake assays.