Xylan (Beechwood; purified)

Highly purified xylan from beechwood for use in research, biochemical enzyme assays and in vitro diagnostic analysis.

Suitable as a replacement for birchwood xylan as a substrate for β-xylanase in DNSA reducing sugar assay.

Product Code
Content/Size
Stock
Price
Qty
P-XYLNBE-50G
50 grams
$613.00
P-XYLNBE-10G
10 grams
$147.00

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DESCRIPTION

Xylan (Beechwood; purified)
CAS: 9014-63-5 

Synonyms:
4-O-methyl glucuronoxylan

Stability:
> 5 years at room temperature 

Properties:
Ash: 3.2%
Moisture:1.7%
Physical Description: Off-white, odourless powder

Applications:
Highly purified xylan from beechwood suitable as a replacement for birchwood xylan as a substrate for β-xylanase in DNSA reducing sugar assays.

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