2'-O-MOE-5-Me-rC(Bz) Phosphoramidite is a modified nucleotide used during the chemical synthesis of DNA and RNA molecules. It is composed of a 2'-O-methoxyethyl (MOE) group attached to the ribose sugar, a cytosine base, a benzoyl (Bz) group attached to the cytosine base, and a methyl group added to the 5th carbon atom of the cytosine ring.
2'-O-MOE-5-Me-rC(Bz) Phosphoramidite has a molecular weight of 749.66 g/mol and appears as a white to off-white powder. It is advised to keep this item stored in a cool and dry location. The molecular formula for this product is C36H47N5O9P, and it offers benefits such as increased oligonucleotide stability and improved resistance to nuclease activity in vivo. This phosphoramidite is commonly used in antisense oligonucleotides, siRNA, gene design, genome editing, and CRISPR-cas9 gRNA applications. Exacting quality standards are followed in the production of this item, and it is provided in a high-quality packaging. Additionally, this item is identified as DMT-2'-O-MOE-5-Me-rC(Bz) Phosphoramidite, featuring a CAS NO. 163759-94-2.
|Product||CAS NO.||Product Code||Molecular Formula||Molecular Weight||Purity||Appearance||Storage Conditions||water||Concentration||PH|
|2'-O-MOE-5-Me-rC(Bz) Phosphoramidite||163759-94-2||HR-00207006||C50H60N5O10P||922.029||≥98%||White to Off-white powder||-20℃||≤0.5%||\||\|