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dU Phosphoramidite, standard grade, 20-400 finish bottle

Catalog number:  27-1738-08

 Related applications:

Nucleic Acid Labeling & Oligo Synthesis

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Description

dU CEP is a phosphoramidite containing 5' DMT and the nucleoside deoxyuridine (dU) for use in oligonucleotide synthesis. The incorporation of a deoxyuridine base into a DNA sequence can be utilized to induce mutagenic effects. Enzymatically the uracil is removed, creating an abasic site at the dU position, and thus generating site-specific breaks in the oligo. This product is supplied in a 30 mL amber bottle with a 20-400 Finish neck style, which is compatible with most Expedite Systems of oligonucleotide synthesizers.

Features:
• Full chemical name—5'-O-(4,4'-Dimethoxytrityl)-2'-deoxyuridine-3'-O-[(2-cyanoethyl)-(N,N-diisopropyl)]-phosphoramidite
• Molecular formula—C39H47N4O8P
• Base—dU
• Formula weight—730.8 g/mol
• CAS number—144385-59-1
• HPLC Purity—≥98.0%; conforms to reference
• 31P NMR Purity—≥98.0%; conforms to reference

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Nucleic Acid Type: DNA
Nucleoside Type: Deoxyuridine (dU)
Chemical Name: dU CEP
For Use With (Equipment): Expedite Synthesizers
Form: Powder
Product Size: 0.25 g
Purity or Quality Grade: Standard
Reagent Type: Phosphoramidite
Shipping Condition: Room Temperature

Contents & storage

Store in freezer (at or below -20°C).

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