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Ethylene glycol bis(sulfosuccinimidylsuccinate)

  • Water-soluble and cleavable - without harsh reducing agents.
  • Category: Amine reactive
  • Reactive Groups: sulfo-NHS-esters
  • Reactive Toward: amino groups
  • Water Soluble: Yes
  • Membrane Permeable: No
  • Cleavability: Cleavable
  • Cleavable By: Hydroxylamine
  • M.W. = 660.45

  • Synonyms:Ethylene Glycolbis(sulfosuccinimidylsuccinate)
    Catalog No.:21820014-1 ( 507026 )
    Size:50 mg
    Brand Name:bioPLUS™
    CAS Number:142702-32-7
    Molecular Formula:C18H18N2Na2O18S2
    Molecular Weight:660.45
    Appearance Form:Powder
    Appearance Color:White to light tan
    Melting Point:128 - 133°C


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