|Structure\Application||Other modified nucleotides|
|Description||pApG is a metabolite of 3'3'-cGAMP, the bacterial second messenger, which is generated by specific PDEs in Vibrio cholerae. pApG does not bind to the c-diGMP-I riboswitch.|
|Purity||≥ 95% by HPLC|
|Synonyms||5'- Phosphoadenylyl- (3' −≥ 5')- guanosine, sodium salt|
GpCp is an analogue of GDP and has been found to be hydrolytically stable.
6-(3-MeBn)-ATP is an analogue used to specifically interact with modified receptor proteins (chemical genetics).
6-cPe-5'-AMP is an analogue of AMP and a potential metabolite of 6-cPe-ATP and 6-cPe-ADP.
6-(1-MeBu)-ATP is an analogue used to specifically interact with modified receptor proteins (chemical genetics approach).
CMP-CP is a non-hydrolytic analogue of CDP. It is commonly used as a starting structure in the synthesis of α/β hydrolysis-resistant tri- and polyphosphates.
6-(2-MeBu)-ATP is an analogue used to specifically interact with modified receptor proteins (chemical genetics approach).
ddNTP bundle is a mixture of ddATP, ddTTP, ddGTP and ddCTP. ddNTP is an inhibitor of DNA polymerase used to terminate chain extension.
dPTP could be used in the studies of DNA polymerases (through interactions) and the generationg of a library of mutants.