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产品编号 A108806 | CAS号 58-61-7 | 阿拉丁
货号 规格 库存 价格 数量
A108806-25g 用于细胞培养,>99.5%(HPLC) 上海(预计3-7周)
A108806-5g 用于细胞培养,>99.5%(HPLC) 上海(>10)


旋光率 -70 ° (C=2, 5% NaOH)
密度 2.0800
熔点 234-236°C
存贮条件 储存温度2-8°C


产品介绍 稍微可溶于水,实际上不溶于醇。
别名 腺嘌呤核苷 ;腺苷,阿糖腺苷;9-β-D-Ribofuranosyladenine; Adenine riboside; Adenine-9-β-D-ribofuranoside;
应用 内源性的神经递质。
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安全声明(欧洲) S24/25
个人防护设备 Eyeshields,Gloves,type N95 (US),type P1 (EN143) respirator filter
WGK德国 2
Merck Index 153
H F HF Galley, A E AE Le Cras, K K Yassen, I S IS Grant, N R NR Webster
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