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HEPES Buffer Solution 1.0 M (Biotechnology Grade)

$150.00

Catalog Number: B2010124 (50 mL)
HEPES buffer solution 1.0 M is a high quality research product used as buffer in a wide variety of biological applications (best pH buffering range 6.8-8.2). Custom bulk orders of this product are available upon request.

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HEPES buffer solution 1.0 M
Catalog number: B2010124
Lot number: Batch Dependent
Expiration Date: Batch dependent
Volume/Weight: 50 mL
pH: n/a
Supplied as: Ready-to-use solution
Appearance: Clear solution
Applications: buffer in a wide variety of biological applications (best pH buffering range 6.8-8.2).
Storage: room temperature
Keywords: HEPES buffer, HEPES solution
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.

References:
1: Morgia F, Torti M, Montigiani M, Piscitelli C, Giallonardo A, Schimberni M,
Giannini P, Sbracia M. Use of a medium buffered with N-hydroxyethylpiperazine-N-
ethanesulfonate (HEPES) in intracytoplasmic sperm injection procedures is
detrimental to the outcome of in vitro fertilization. Fertil Steril. 2006
May;85(5):1415-9.
2: Simpson JA, Cheeseman KH, Smith SE, Dean RT. Free-radical generation by
copper ions and hydrogen peroxide. Stimulation by Hepes buffer. Biochem J. 1988
Sep 1;254(2):519-23.3: Kasraian K, Kuzniar A, Earley D, Kamicker BJ, Wilson G, Manion T, Hong J,
Reiber C, Canning P. Sustained in vivo activity of recombinant bovine
granulocyte colony stimulating factor (rbG-CSF) using HEPES buffer. Pharm Dev
Technol. 2001 Aug;6(3):441-7.

4: Habib A, Tabata M. Oxidative DNA damage induced by HEPES
(2-[4-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1-piperazinyl]ethanesulfonic acid) buffer in the presence
of Au(III). J Inorg Biochem. 2004 Nov;98(11):1696-702.

5: Vasconcelos MT, Azenha MA, Lage OM. Electrochemical evidence of surfactant
activity of the hepes pH buffer which may have implications on trace metal
availability to cultures in vitro. Anal Biochem. 1996 Oct 15;241(2):248-53.

6: Lomonosova EE, Kirsch M, Rauen U, de Groot H. The critical role of Hepes in
SIN-1 cytotoxicity, peroxynitrite versus hydrogen peroxide. Free Radic Biol Med.
1998 Mar 1;24(4):522-8.

7: Kirsch M, Lomonosova EE, Korth HG, Sustmann R, de Groot H. Hydrogen peroxide
formation by reaction of peroxynitrite with HEPES and related tertiary amines.
Implications for a general mechanism. J Biol Chem. 1998 May 22;273(21):12716-24.

8: Cowan AI, Martin RL. Simultaneous measurement of pH and membrane potential in
rat dorsal vagal motoneurons during normoxia and hypoxia: a comparison in
bicarbonate and HEPES buffers. J Neurophysiol. 1995 Dec;74(6):2713-21.

9: Svajger U, Jeras M. Optimal dendritic cell differentiation in rpmi media
requires the absence of HEPES buffer. Immunol Invest. 2011;40(4):413-26.

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