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Company Calbiochem
Item Cleland’s Reagent
Price $308.00
Description 

Dithiothreitol
DTT

White solid.. PACKAGED UNDER INERT GAS. Cyclizes as it reduces disulfides to thiols, so reaction is "driven" to completion. A protective agent for SH groups. Does not contain waxy surfactant found in many other preparations. Blocks the lethal and hypnotic effects of pentobarbitol. Purity: ≥97% by titration. Contaminants: Heavy metals: ≤1 ppm. Heavy metals: <1 ppm. Oxidized dithiothreitol: ≤0.5%. Soluble in EtOH or H2O. RTECS EK1610000, CAS 3483-12-3, M.W. 154.2.

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