|Molecular Formula||C10H17N2O12P3S (free acid)|
|Molecular Weight||482.2 (free acid)|
|Structure\Application||Phosphate modified Nucleotides|
|Description||ddTTP-α-S is used in mass spectrometric genotyping.|
|Purity||≥ 95% by HPLC for mixture of Rp-/Sp-isomers|
|Synonyms||2', 3'- Dideoxythymidine- 5'- O- (1- thiotriphosphate), Rp-/Sp-isomers|
CDP-β-S is a CDP binding proteins regulator with a higher stability. It is used for characterization of CDP-responsive receptors, determination of their stereos...
GTPαS can be accomplished by 50-thiophosphorylation of 7-methylguanosine in (MeO)3PO in the presence of 2,6-lutidine,12 followed by addition of tributylammonium...
GpCpp is an analogue of GTP and could be used as a stabilizer in some microtubule<br/>cryoelectron microscopy studies.
Sp-TTP-α-S is used for regulation of TTP-responsive receptors and determination of their stereospecificity. Compared to TTP, it is much more stable.
GppNH2, one of the analogue of GTP, has been found to be probably useful in studies of modulating cell signals related to G proteins.
GppNHp - Tetralithium salt
The tetrasodium salt form of GppNH2, one of the analogue of GTP, has been found to be probably useful in studies of modulating cell signals related to G protein...
GpCp is an analogue of GDP and has been found to be hydrolytically stable.