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2'-OMe-PAC-A Phosphoramidite, standard grade, serum vial bottle

Catalog number: 27-1822-02
Thermo Scientific™

2'-OMe-PAC-A Phosphoramidite, standard grade, serum vial bottle

Catalog number: 27-1822-02
Catalog Number
27-1822-02
Unit Size
1 g
Price (USD)
112.00
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2'-OMe-PAC-A CEP is a phosphoramidite containing 5' DMT and the nucleoside adenosine (A) with 2'-O-methyl protection, for use in oligonucleotide synthesis. Located in the ideal oligo position, 2'-O-methyl (OMe) oligo modifications display nuclease resistance, fewer off-target effects, and slightly increased hybridization affinities. These phosphoramidites are commonly used for oligos designed for antisense, siRNA, aptamer, or gRNA-based research. The 'standard grade' marking denotes a baseline level of purity verified with analytical methods, and proven to be suitable for most oligo synthesis requirements. This product is supplied in a 20-mL amber bottle with a serum vial neck style, which is compatible with most Applied Biosystems synthesizers and AKTA synthesizers.

Features:
• Full chemical name—5'-O-(4,4'-Dimethoxytrityl)-N6-phenoxyacetyl-2'-O-methyl-adenosine-3'-O-[(2-cyanoethyl)-(N,N-diisopropyl)]-phosphoramidite
• Molecular formula—C49H56N7O9P
• Base—A
• Base Protection—PAC
• Formula weight—918.0 g/mol
• CAS number—128219-82-9
• HPLC purity—≥98.0%
31P NMR purity—≥98.0%

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

Specifications

Format
Powder
For Use With (Equipment)
AKTA Synthesizers, Applied Biosystems Synthesizers
Product Type
2'-OMe-PAC-A CEP
Nucleoside Type
Adenosine (A)
Reagent Features
2'-OMe modified, Fast deprotection
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
Purity
98%
Reagent Type
Phosphoramidite
Grade
Standard
Nucleic Acid Type
RNA

Contents & Storage

Store in freezer (at or below -20°C).

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