D-Threonine (High Purity, Biotechnology Grade)

$150.00

Catalog Number: B2010191 (1 g)
D-Threonine is a high quality research product used as multipurpose amino acid for protein synthesis, reagent stabilization, preparation of culture media and more. Custom bulk orders of this product are available upon request.

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D-Threonine
Catalog number: B2010191
Lot number: Batch Dependent
Expiration Date: Batch dependent
Volume/Weight: 1 g
pH: na
Supplied as: Ready-to-use
Appearance: Powder
Applications: multipurpose amino acid for protein synthesis, reagent stabilization, preparation of culture media and more.
Storage: Room temperature
Keywords: (2R,3S)-2-Amino-3-hydroxybutyric acid, D-α-Amino-β-hydroxybutyric acid
Grade: Biotechnology grade. All components are highly pure (minimum 99%). All solutions are made with Type I ultrapure water (resistivity >18 MΩ-cm) and are filtered on a 0.22 um.

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