Applied Biosystems™

dC(Bz) Phosphoramidite, 2.0 g.

Catalog number: GEN066012
Applied Biosystems™

dC(Bz) Phosphoramidite, 2.0 g.

Catalog number: GEN066012
Catalog Number
GEN066012
Unit Size
2 g
Price (USD)
135.00
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This dC(Bz) Phosphoramidite is used for nucleic acid synthesis on the Expedite™ 8905, 8909, and 8909 with MOSS upgrade DNA synthesizers. Our β-cyanoethyl phosphoramidites guarantee you high-quality nucleic acid synthesis.

• Proprietary manufacturing processes guarantee high purity products
• Expedite™ system fast deprotecting amidites offer fast deprotection for primer-length oligonucleotides, shortening overall production time and costs
• Fast deprotecting amidites and standard deprotecting amidites are use-tested and optimized for use on the Expedite™ System for high-quality nucleic acid synthesis
• Phosphoramidite kits simplify ordering, saving you time and money

High purity
Our phosphoramidites benefit from proprietary manufacturing processes that yield products of high purity. In synthesis they perform at correspondingly high levels, producing pure, high quality DNA at all scales. We guarantee that 5'-dimethoxytrityl nucleoside β-cyanoethyl phosphoramidites, monomer intermediates for licensed β-cyanoethyl phosphoramidite chemistry, will produce DNA that is at least 99.8% chemically authentic when used with recommended synthesis cycles.

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

Specifications

Format
Powder
For Use With (Equipment)
3900 DNA Synthesizer
Product Type
dC(Bz) CEP
Nucleoside Type
Deoxycytidine (dC)
Shipping Condition
Room Temperature
Reagent Type
Phosphoramidite
Nucleic Acid Type
DNA

Contents & Storage

Store in freezer (-5 to -30°C).

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