Isotopically labelled amino acids can be used in structural biology, for producing labeled peptides and as building blocks for chemical synthesis.


  • Available in an enantiomerically pure form, with a range of 13C, 15N and 2H (D) isotope labelling patterns, and with very high isotopic purity (Currently available formats listed below)
  • Alternative labelling patterns, protecting groups and other formulations may be available on request

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.

Catalog Number Product Size AVAILABILITY Price Qty
50mg In stock
Regular Price:$199.00

Product Type: Small Molecule
Name: L-alanine-15N, 2-d
Chemical Formula: CH3CD(15NH2)CO2H
Molecular Weight: 91 g/mol
Format: white solid
Isotopic Purity: Isotopic purity (>98%), Enantiomeric Excess (>99%)
Spectral Information: 1H NMR, Mass spec, chiral GC
Storage: +4C
Shipped: Ambient temperature

From a laboratory at University of Oxford.
  1. J. S. Rowbotham, O. Lenz, H. A. Reeve and K. A. Vincent. Bringing biocatalysis into the deuteration toolbox. ChemRxiv PrePrint: https://chemrxiv.org/articles/Bringing_Biocatalysis_into_the_Deuteration_Toolbox/7982864/1.

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