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Sodium Orthovanadate (1000x)

ATPase Inhibitor

Sodium orthovanadate

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AK-102V-S 100 μl 24,50 Add to Basket/Quote Add to Notepad
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For research use only! Not intended for human or animal diagnostic or therapeutic uses.

Shipping: shipped on blue ice

Storage Conditions: store at -20 °C

Shelf Life: 12 months after date of delivery

Molecular Formula: Na3VO4

Molecular Weight: 183.91 g/mol

CAS#: 13721-39-6

pH: 10.0

Activity: Inhibitor of ATPase, alkaline phosphatase and tyrosine phosphatase

Description:
Sodium Orthovanadate is an inhibitor of ATPase, alkaline phosphatase and tyrosine phosphatase that can be used in the purification procedure of ATP binding proteins (for further information see the manual of the ATP Affinity Test Kit #AK-102).

Content:
200 mM activated Sodium Orthvanadate dissolved in water, pH adjusted to 10.0

Usage:
Dilute 1:1000 in purification buffers.

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