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MMP-2 Inhibitor I from Calbiochem

ProductsMMP-2 Inhibitor I from Calbiochem
Company Calbiochem
Item MMP-2 Inhibitor I
Price $70.00
Description 

OA-Hy
cis-9-Octadecenoyl-N-hydroxylamide
Oleoyl-N-hydroxylamide

White solid. PROTECT FROM LIGHT. PACKAGED UNDER INERT GAS. A potent inhibitor of MMP-2 that acts in a dose-dependent manner (Ki = 1.7 μM). Purity: ≥98% by TLC. Soluble in EtOH or DMSO. Unstable in solution, reconstitute just prior to use. M.W. 297.5.

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Calbiochem, A Brand of EMD Biosciences, Inc.
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