3207-v 50 µg | 120.00 EUR
Met*- Gln- Ile- Phe- Val- Lys- Thr- Leu- Thr- Gly- Lys- Thr- Ile- Thr- Leu- Glu- Val- Glu- Pro- Ser- Asp- Thr- Ile- Glu- Asn- Val- Lys- Ala- Lys- Ile- Gln- Asp- Lys- Glu- Gly- Ile- Pro- Pro- Asp- Gln- Gln- Arg- Leu- Ile- Phe- Ala- Gly- Lys- Gln- Leu- Glu- Asp- Gly- Arg- Thr- Leu- Ser- Asp- Tyr- Asn- Ile- Gln- Lys- Glu- Ser- Thr- Leu- His- Leu- Val- Leu- Arg- Leu- Arg- Gly- Gly- H (aldehyde)
* Met at position 1 is oxidized to Met(O)
Inhibitor for Deubiquitinating Enzyme
Ubiquitin aldehyde, a peptide aldehyde of 76 amino acids is produced by a semisynthetic pathway. It is used as very potent and selective inhibitor for Ubiquitin C-terminal hydrolase. Ubiquitin aldehyde is a useful tool to protect ubiquitin-protein conjugates from ubiquitin-dependent degradation.
Shipping | Storage | Stability
Our product Ubiquitin aldehyde will be shipped at room temperature. Information about product specific storage conditions will be found on the vial. Stock solutions should be stored at -20°C. Please avoid repeated freezing and thawing by preparing aliquots.
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