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[14C(U)]-L-Amino Acid Mixture, 50µCi (1.85MBq)

50 µCi quantities of L-[14C(U)]-Amino Acid Mixture are available for your research.

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NEC850E050UC
50 µCi
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Detail Information

This product contains a mixture of Carbon-14 labeled L-amino acids. Common applications include:

  • Metabolic labeling
  • Protein labeling
  • tRNA labeling
  • Protein synthesis studies
  • Amino acid uptake assays
  • In vitro fermentation

Specifications

Concentration 0.1 mCi/mL
Product Brand Name NEN Radiochemicals
Radioisotope C-14
Radionuclide 14C
Shipping Condition Ambient
Special Ordering Information This is a radioactive product - shipping address must have a license to receive radioactive materials.
Unit Size 50 µCi
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Radiometric Reagents Guide 2010-2011

For over 50 years PerkinElmer has been a leading supplier of radiochemicals, liquid scintillation cocktails, vials and nuclear counting detection instruments. Today is no different. We have always been committed to providing you products for all of your radiometric needs and we are still committed today.

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Carbon-14 Handling Precautions

This document contains general information designed to provide a basic understanding of radiation safety. While we believe the information to be accurate, regulatory requirements may change and information contained herein is not tailored to individual needs.

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Poster

The Synthesis, Characterization and Chemistry of Methyl Nosylate

The use of substances labeled with carbon-14 has been extraordinarily valuable in many aspects of the life sciences for over half a century. One of the most versatile and simple ways to install carbon-14 in many compounds of interest is by methylating available heteroatoms like nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur to afford corresponding methyl-14C analogues.

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