2'-O-MOE-rU Phosphoramidite is a chemical compound mainly used during chemical synthesis of RNA and DNA molecules. It is a modified nucleotide that has a 2'-O-methoxyethyl (MOE) group attached to the ribose sugar and a uracil base.
The molecular weight of 2'-O-MOE-rU Phosphoramidite is 654.57 g/mol and it has a white to off-white powder appearance. It is recommended to store this product in a cool and dry location. The molecular formula for this item is C30H39N3O8P and it provides advantages, including enhanced oligonucleotide stability and an improved ability to withstand nuclease activity in vivo. This phosphoramidite is often employed in various applications, such as antisense oligonucleotides, siRNA, gene design, genome editing, and CRISPR-cas9 gRNA. It is manufactured with strict adherence to quality standards, and it is provided in a high-quality packaging. Additionally, it is also recognized as DMT-2'-O-MOE-rU Phosphoramidite and has a CAS NO. 163759-97-5.
|Product||CAS NO.||Product Code||Molecular Formula||Molecular Weight||Purity||Appearance||Storage Conditions||water||Concentration||PH|
|2'-O-MOE-rU Phosphoramidite||163759-97-5||HR-00207004||C42H53N4O10P||804.878||≥98%||White to Off-white powder||-20℃||≤0.5%||\||\|