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C11 TopFluor MG | 810296

1-[11-(dipyrrometheneboron difluoride)undecanoyl]-rac-glycerol

810296P

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1mg
$195
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810296C

Chloroform

1mg
$180
5mg
$350

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Lipid droplets (LDs) are organelles that store lipids as reservoirs of metabolic energy and membrane lipid precursors, and they have been identified in the nucleus of some cells. LDs can be found in most eukaryotic cells. Most prominent are LDs in adipocytes, which make up most of the cellular volume, but other metabolically active cell types, such as liver or muscle cells, also have abundant LDs. LDs are unusual organelles in that they are bound by a monolayer of surface phospholipids, into which specific proteins are embedded, such as perilipins and metabolic enzymes. The cell biology of LDs as cellular organelles is only beginning to be unraveled. Avanti now offers a series of fluorescently-labeled mono-, di-, and triglycerides, which are useful for studying these important cellular organelles.
Molecular Formula
C27H41 BF2N2O4
Percent Composition
C 64.03%, H 8.16%, B 2.13%, F 7.50%, N 5.53%, O 12.64%
Purity
>99%
Stability
6 months
Storage
-20°C
Molecular Weight
506.433
Exact Mass
506.313
Ex/Em
495/503 nm
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MDL Molfile. 
CDX File. 
Kory, N., R.V. Farese Jr, and T.C. Walther. (2016). Targeting Fat: Mechanisms of Protein Localization to Lipid Droplets. Trends Cell Biol [PubMed]

Farese, R.V. Jr and T.C. Walther. (2016). Lipid droplets go nuclear. J Cell Biol 212:7-8. [PubMed]

Kory, N., A.R. Thiam, R.V. Farese Jr, and T.C. Walther. (2015). Protein Crowding Is a Determinant of Lipid Droplet Protein Composition. Dev Cell 34:351-63. [PubMed]

Farese, R.V. Jr and T.C. Walther. (2009). Lipid droplets finally get a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Cell 139:855-60. [PubMed]

Ohsaki, Y., T. Kawai, Y. Yoshikawa, J. Cheng, E. Jokitalo, and T. Fujimoto. (2016). PML isoform II plays a critical role in nuclear lipid droplet formation. J Cell Biol 212:29-38. [PubMed]