Aldouronic Acids Mixture (NaBH4 Reduced)

High purity Aldouronic Acids Mixture (NaBH4 Reduced) for use in research, biochemical enzyme assays and in vitro diagnostic analysis.

Contains a mixture of borohydride reduced aldobiouronic, aldotriouronic and aldotetraouronic and aldopentaouronic acids (10:60:20:10). Substrate for α-glucuronidase.

Borohydride reduced oligosaccharides are particularly useful as substrates in reducing sugar assays (e.g. Nelson Somogyi) as they do not give rise to the large background / blank value observed for the analogous non-reduced native oligosaccharides.

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O-AMXR
100 mg
$198.00

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