Progesterone Biotin Conjugate Solution
Catalog #: C2010003 – 0.5mg
Progesterone biotin conjugate (position 3). The progesterone biotin linkage consists of a 5-carbon pentamide moiety. Progesterone is an endogenous steroid that serves as a precursor for the synthesis of steroid hormones such as sex hormones, corticosteroids and neurosteroids. The progesterone biotin conjugate can used in the development of competitive immunoassays for the detection of progesterone.
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Progesterone Biotin Conjugate.
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