Hexaacetyl-chitohexaose

CAS: 38854-46-5
Molecular Formula: C48H80N6O31
Molecular Weight: 1237.2
Purity: > 90%

High purity Hexaacetyl-chitohexaose for use in research, biochemical enzyme assays and in vitro diagnostic analysis.

Prepared from chitin.

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O-CHI6
10 mg
$221.00

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