The 2'-O-MOE-rA(Bz) Phosphoramidite is a chemical compound with the CAS number 251647-53-7. It is a modified nucleotide that contains a 2'-O-methoxyethyl (MOE) group on the ribose sugar and a benzoyl (Bz) group on the adenine base. This modification enhances the stability, specificity, and binding affinity of RNA and DNA molecules by increasing their resistance to nucleases and improving their base-pairing properties, respectively.
2'-O-MOE-rA(Bz) Phosphoramidite has a molecular weight of 721.65 g/mol and appears as a white to off-white powder. This product should be stored in a dry and cool place. The molecular formula for this product is C34H43N4O8P, 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 and genome editing. The product is produced to stringent standards and comes in a well-packaged form. It is also known as DMT-2'-O-MOE-rA(Bz) Phosphoramidite and has a CAS NO. 251647-53-7.
|White to Off-white powder