Isotopically labelled amino acids can be used in structural biology, for producing labeled peptides and as building blocks for chemical synthesis.
Alanine is one of the amino acids that can be taken up from solution during protein growth in E. coli.
From a laboratory at University of Oxford.
|Product Type:||Small Molecule|
|Molecular Weight:||91 g/mol|
|Isotopic Purity:||Isotopic purity (>98%), Enantiomeric Excess (>99%)|
|Spectral Information:||1H NMR, Mass spec, chiral GC|
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