Asparagine Synthetase Inhibitors
Asparagine can form hydrogen bond interactions with peptides found in alpha and beta proteins, which can modify the behavior of proteins. It is formed by the enzyme asparagine synthetase from aspartate. This enzyme is inhibited by L-Albizziine, allowing you to synthesize proteins without worrying about these interactions.
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|A-230-250||250 mg||$ 99.00|
|A-230-500||500 mg||$ 159.00|
|A-230-1||1 g||$ 299.00|
|A-230-2.5||2.5 g||$ 695.00|
|A-230-5||5 g||$ 1,325.00|
L-Albizziine is a white to slightly off-white crystalline powder that is used as a competitive inhibitor of asparagine synthetase in mammalian cells. It can also be used as an inhibitor of both glutamate synthase in ectomycorrhizal fungal isolates, and glutamine metabolism in microbes.
|Grade||MOLECULAR BIOLOGY GRADE|
|Storage/Handling||Store at 4°C. Protect from light.|