For in vitro use only!
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Storage Conditions: store at -20 °C
Shelf Life: 12 months
Xanthosines are used as G-nucleotide analogs in signal transduction research, molecular and cell biology.
The Xanthosine Kit contains a set of 4 typical Xanthosine analogs (Nucleoside, 5'-Mono, Di- and Triphosphate).
|Xanthosine Analog||Cat. No.||Amount|
|XMP||NU-603||200 μl (10 mM)|
|XDP||NU-601||200 μl (10 mM)|
|XTP||NU-602||200 μl (10 mM)|
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