Adenosine 5′-triphosphate (ATP) disodium salt

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Cat.#: AB0020

Specifications:

 Size: 5g
 CAS: [987-65-5]
 Grade: Ultra Pure
 DG: No
 Storage: (-15 to -20)C
 Sterile: No
 Catalog Number  Size  Price (INR)
 AB0020  5g
 25g
 3643.00
 


Product Details


Product Description:   Adenosine 5′-triphosphate (ATP) disodium salt and its phosphate bonds are the basic components of energy exchange in many biological systems. The purification and crystallization of ATP from equine muscle led to the entry of the Sigma Chemical Company into the research biochemical field. Sigma became the first to offer stable, crystalline ATP with a purity approaching 100%. The initial products were isolated from muscle tissue and precipitated with ethanol.1 Currently, this product is isolated from a microbial source and is produced via a fermentation process. No chemical phosphorylation is involved. This ATP has been tested with cell lines to verify the product is not cytotoxic. ATP has an intrinsic metal binding affinity. The binding constant for various metals are (given as per mole):2 Mg2+ (9,554), Na+ (13), Ca2+ (3,722), K+ (8), Sr2+ (1,381), Li+ (25).


Total Product Size:   5g/25g


Individual Container Size:   5g/25g


Number of Containers:   1


Shipping Conditions:    ICE


UNSPSC Code:    41106305


UNSPSC Category:    Nucleotides


Extra Info.:     Refrigeration Requirements: Freezer          


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