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Sucrose, [14C(U)]-, Specific Activity: 400-700mCi (14.8-25.9GBq)/mmol, 50µCi (1.85MBq)

50 µCi quantities of [14C(U)]-Sucrose are available for your research.

部件号 NEC100X050UC
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50 µCi quantities of [14C(U)]-Sucrose are available for your research. Application of [14C]Sucrose can be found in: transfer constants for [14C]Sucrose permeation of normal and injured rat blood–brain barriers, evidence for thiol-induced enhanced in situ translocation of 14C-sucrose from source to sink in mustard plants, effects of exogenous sucrose on carbohydrate levels, flower respiration and longevity of potted miniature rose flowers during postproduction, sucrose as a substrate for the synthesis of a highly branched component found in 12 varieties of starches, etc.

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检测方法 Radiometric
标签位置 Uniformly Labeled
分子量 342.3
产品品牌名称 NEN Radiochemicals
放射性同位素 C-14
放射性核素 14C
运输条件 环境
特殊订购信息 This is a radioactive product - shipping address must have a license to receive radioactive materials.
产品尺寸 50 µCi
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