产品编号 D106468 | CAS号 91-95-2 | 阿拉丁
货号 规格 库存 价格 数量
D106468-1g 99% 上海(预计3-7周)
D106468-25g 99% 上海(预计3-7周)
D106468-5g 99% 上海(预计3-7周)


敏感性 对热,光线和空气敏感
熔点 176-180°C
存贮条件 储存温度2-8°C,充氩保存


别名 3,3',4,4'-联苯四胺;3,3'-二氨基二苯胺;3,3'-二氨联苯胺; 3,3',4,4'-四氨基联苯;DAB;3,3',4,4'-Biphenyltetramine; 3,3',4,4'-Tetraaminobiphenyl; DAB
应用 核酸染料。
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标识符号 GHS08 GHS08
信号词 Danger
风险声明 (欧洲) R22;R36/37/38
安全声明(欧洲) S26
警示性声明 P201,P281,P308+P313
危害码(欧洲) Xn
危害声明 H341,H350
个人防护设备 dust mask type N95 (US),Eyeshields,Gloves
RTECS DV8750000
WGK德国 1
Helene H Girouard, Gang G Wang, Eduardo F EF Gallo, Josef J Anrather, Ping P Zhou, Virginia M VM Pickel, Costantino C Iadecola
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and nitric oxide (NO) participate in NMDA receptor signaling. However, the source(s) of the ROS and their role in the increase in cerebral blood flow (CBF) induced by NMD...Read More
Till Manzke, Mathias Dutschmann, Gerald Schlaf, Michael M?rschel, Uwe R Koch, Evgeni Ponimaskin, Olivier Bidon, Peter M Lalley, Diethelm W Richter
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Glen A GA Doherty, Sinead M SM Byrne, Eamonn S ES Molloy, Vikrum V Malhotra, Sandra C SC Austin, Elaine W EW Kay, Frank E FE Murray, Desmond J DJ Fitzgerald
Prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) is the major product of Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) in colorectal cancer (CRC). We aimed to assess PGE2 cell surface receptors (EP 1-4) to examine the mechanisms by which PGE2 reg...Read More
D Montague, C S Weickert, E Tomaskovic-Crook, D A Rothmond, J E Kleinman, D R Rubinow
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The authors established a chromogen-based, double immunolabeling method using antibodies from the same species without any unwanted cross-reactivity. In addition, time-consuming staining steps were sh...Read More
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Mutations in the L1 gene cause severe brain malformations and mental retardation. We investigated the potential roles of L1 in the regulation of choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) and in the development...Read More
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Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) defects are an important cause of disease and may underlie aging and aging-related alterations (1,2). The mitochondrial theory of aging suggests a role for mtDNA mutations, w...Read More
Dominik K Gro?kinsky, Barbara E Koffler, Thomas Roitsch, Romana Maier, Bernd Zechmann
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K Moriguchi, Y Mitamura, J Iwami, Y Hasegawa, N Higuchi, Y Murakami, H Maeda, F Yoshimura, H Nakamura, N Ohno
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Kareem L Graham, Brian A Zabel, Sanam Loghavi, Luis A Zuniga, Peggy P Ho, Raymond A Sobel, Eugene C Butcher
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Lars Zimmermann, Paul J May, Angel M Pastor, Johannes Streicher, Roland Blumer
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Almudena Fuster-Matanzo, María Llorens-Martín, Elena Gómez de Barreda, Jesús ávila, Félix Hernández
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Natalia Omelchenko, Roland Bell, Susan R Sesack
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G I GI Naumov, E S ES Naumova, N N NN Martynenko, I I Masnef-Pomared
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Tim Demuth, Jessica L Rennert, Dominique B Hoelzinger, Linsey B Reavie, Mitsutoshi Nakada, Christian Beaudry, Satoko Nakada, Eric M Anderson, Amanda N Henrichs, Wendy S McDonough, David Holz, Anna Joy, Richard Lin, Kuang H Pan, Chih J Lih, Stan N Cohen, M
BACKGROUND: Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common primary intracranial tumor and despite recent advances in treatment regimens, prognosis for affected patients remains poor. Active cell mig...Read More
Daniela D D'Andrea, Giovanna L GL Liguori, J Ann JA Le Good, Enza E Lonardo, Olov O Andersson, Daniel B DB Constam, Maria G MG Persico, Gabriella G Minchiotti
The EGF-CFC gene cripto governs anterior-posterior (A-P) axis specification in the vertebrate embryo. Existing models suggest that Cripto facilitates binding of Nodal to an ActRII-activin-like kinase ...Read More
Nathalie Busso, Mahir Karababa, Massimo Nobile, Aline Rolaz, Frédéric Van Gool, Mara Galli, Oberdan Leo, Alexander So, Thibaut De Smedt
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Hyoungshin Park, Rajat Bhalla, Rajiv Saigal, Milica Radisic, Nicki Watson, Robert Langer, Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic
Electrical stimulation affects the deposition of extracellular matrices and cellular differentiation. Type I collagen is one of the most abundant extracellular matrix proteins; however, not much is kn...Read More
Henrieta Scholtzova, Youssef Z Wadghiri, Moustafa Douadi, Einar M Sigurdsson, Yong-Sheng Li, David Quartermain, Pradeep Banerjee, Thomas Wisniewski
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Yu Y Chen, Yong-qiu YQ Doughman, Shi S Gu, Andrew A Jarrell, Shin-ichi S Aota, Ales A Cvekl, Michiko M Watanabe, Sally L SL Dunwoodie, Randall S RS Johnson, Veronica V van Heyningen, Dirk A DA Kleinjan, David C DC Beebe, Yu-Chung YC Yang
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José J Rodríguez, Victoria C Jones, Masashi Tabuchi, Stuart M Allan, Elysse M Knight, Frank M LaFerla, Salvatore Oddo, Alexei Verkhratsky
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Hua Yang, Jie Cao, Lian-Qing Li, Xia Zhou, Qiu-Li Chen, Wen-Ting Liao, Zong-Mei Wen, Shao-Hua Jiang, Rong Xu, Jian-An Jia, Xin Pan, Zhong-Tian Qi, Wei Pan
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Tamás Varga, Miklós Palkovits, Ted Bj?rn Usdin, Arpád Dobolyi
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Qiang Liu, Ke-wei Yu, Yong-chang Chang, Ronald J Lukas, Jie Wu
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John P Klingler, Ramakrishnan M Nair, Owain R Edwards, Karam B Singh
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T Nagano, A Kakegawa, Y Yamakoshi, S Tsuchiya, J C- C Hu, K Gomi, T Arai, J D Bartlett, J P Simmer
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N Ouyang, S Ke, N Eagleton, Y Xie, G Chen, B Laffins, H Yao, B Zhou, Y Tian
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Tarasankar Das, Prasun Ghosh, M S Shanavas, Arnab Maity, Somen Mondal, Pradipta Purkayastha
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W Nittayananta, W Mitarnun, S Talungchit, H Sriplung
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M Malatesta, M Giagnacovo, M Costanzo, B Conti, I Genta, R Dorati, V Galimberti, M Biggiogera, C Zancanaro
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Matú? M Skyba, Linda L Petijová, Ján J Ko?uth, Dimitrina Petrova DP Koleva, Tsveta Gancheva TG Ganeva, Veneta Mihova VM Kapchina-Toteva, Eva E Cellárová
Extreme low temperatures cause plants multiple stresses, among which oxidative stress is presumed to be the major component affecting the resultant recovery rate. Plants of Hypericum perforatum L., wh...Read More
L W Boushell, HԌEԌauchi
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Camile Garcia CG Blumer, Adriana Ester AE Restelli, Paula Toni Del PT Giudice, Thiesa Butterby TB Soler, Renato R Fraietta, Marcilio M Nichi, Ricardo Pimenta RP Bertolla, Agnaldo Pereira AP Cedenho
To assess the effect of varicocele on sperm DNA integrity, mitochondrial activity, lipid peroxidation and acrosome integrity....Read More
Koji K Yamane, Mitsutaka M Taniguchi, Hiroshi H Miyake
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Xiaokun Shu, Varda Lev-Ram, Thomas J Deerinck, Yingchuan Qi, Ericka B Ramko, Michael W Davidson, Yishi Jin, Mark H Ellisman, Roger Y Tsien
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Z Majercikova, H van Weering, S Scsukova, J D Mikkelsen, A Kiss
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Claudia Meisslitzer-Ruppitsch, Clemens R?hrl, Carmen Ranftler, Herbert Stangl, Josef Neumüller, Margit Pavelka, Adolf Ellinger
Correlative microscopic approaches combine the advantages of both light and electron microscopy. Here we show a correlative approach that uses the photooxidation capacity of fluorescent dyes. Through ...Read More
Sun-Young SY Choi, Hee-Jin HJ Jeong, Hong-Gook HG Lim, Seong-Sik SS Park, Soo-Hwan SH Kim, Yong Jin YJ Kim
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Stephen C SC Helps, Emma E Thornton, Timothy J TJ Kleinig, Jim J Manavis, Robert R Vink
We describe a method for the automatic, nonsubjective estimation of 3,3' diaminobenzidine (DAB) in digital images obtained from routine central nervous system immunohistochemistry using freely av...Read More
Kishore Reddy KR Katikireddy, Finbarr F O'Sullivan
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Mohammad M Shakir, Ambreen A Abbasi, Mohammad M Azam, Asad U AU Khan
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Kasum Azim, Stefan Zweifel, Fabienne Klaus, Kazuaki Yoshikawa, Irmgard Amrein, Olivier Raineteau
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Ying-Jie YJ Sun, Wei-Min WM Chen, Tie-Zheng TZ Zhang, Hui-Juan HJ Cao, Jin J Zhou
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Yan-Qiu Zhang, Zhen Mao, Yuan-Lin Zheng, Bao-Ping Han, Ling-Tong Chen, Jing Li, Fei Li
The present study was performed to investigate the effects of chronic administration of nonylphenol (NP) on the expression of inflammation-related genes in the brains of mice. NP was given orally by g...Read More
Victoria J Findlay, David P Turner, Omar Moussa, Dennis K Watson
Prostate-derived Ets factor (PDEF) is an ETS transcription factor expressed in normal tissues with high epithelial cell content and noninvasive breast cancer cells. A putative tumor suppressor PDEF pr...Read More
Shailaja Kesaraju, Rainald Schmidt-Kastner, Howard M Prentice, Sarah L Milton
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S Inan, N J Dun, A Cowan
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Goleeta Alam, Hongjuan Cui, Huilin Shi, Liqun Yang, Jane Ding, Ling Mao, William A Maltese, Han-Fei Ding
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Lance J Kriegsfeld, Dan Feng Mei, Lily Yan, Paul Witkovsky, Joseph Lesauter, Toshiyuki Hamada, Rae Silver
The suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) is the principal circadian pacemaker in mammals. A salient feature of the SCN is that cells of a particular phenotype are topographically organized; this organization...Read More
J Erik Johnson, John W Coleman, Narender K Kalyan, Priscilla Calderon, Kevin J Wright, Jennifer Obregon, Eleanor Ogin-Wilson, Robert J Natuk, David K Clarke, Stephen A Udem, David Cooper, R Michael Hendry
Recombinant vesicular stomatitis viruses (rVSVs) are being developed as potential HIV-1 vaccine candidates. To characterize the in vivo replication and dissemination of rVSV vectors in mice, high dose...Read More
Bei B Wang, Ronald R RR Waclaw, Zegary J ZJ Allen, Francois F Guillemot, Kenneth K Campbell
The homeobox gene Gsx2 (formerly Gsh2) is known to regulate patterning in the lateral ganglionic eminence (LGE) of the embryonic telencephalon. In its absence, the closely related gene Gsx1 (previousl...Read More
Jennifer Barber-Singh, Byoung Boo Seo, Eiko Nakamaru-Ogiso, Yuen-Sum Lau, Akemi Matsuno-Yagi, Takao Yagi
Previously, we showed that the internal rotenone-insensitive nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH)-quinone oxidoreductase (NDI1) gene from Saccharomyces cerevisiae (baker's yeast) can be succe...Read More