|Description||Kaliotoxin (1-37)NH2 is a selective voltage-dependent K+ channels blocker, a blocker of Ca2+-activated K+ channels of high conductance and some voltage-dependent K+
|Purity||min. 98 % (HPLC)|
|Appearance||White lyophilised powder|
|Solubility||well in water and saline|
|Storage||stable in freeze-dried state. In solution, keep at -20 °C.|
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