850303 | 04:0 PC

1,2-dibutyryl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine


Chloroform

Size SKU Packaging Price
25mg 850303C-25mg 850303C-25mg 1 x 25mg 10mg/mL 2.5mL $83.00
500mg 850303C-500mg 850303C-500mg 1 x 500mg 25mg/mL 20mL $240.00

Powder

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25mg 850303P-25mg 850303P-25mg 1 x 25mg $83.00
500mg 850303P-500mg 850303P-500mg 1 x 500mg $240.00
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04:0 PC

04:0 PC

1,2-dibutyryl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine

The list of Phosphatidylcholine products offered by Avanti is designed to provide compounds having a variety of physical properties. Products available include short chain (C3-C8 are water soluble and hygroscopic), saturated, multi-unsaturated and mixed acid PC's. All of the products are purified by HPLC, and special precautions are taken to protect the products from oxidization and hydrolysis. Several of these products are manufactured under the current guidelines of Good Manufacturing Practice and are available for pharmaceutical use. If you have a requirement for a choline derivative not found on our list, please call us: custom synthesis is one of our specialties.

Hygroscopic
Yes
Light Sensitive
No
Molecular Formula
C16H32NO8P
Percent Composition
C 48.36%, H 8.12%, N 3.52%, O 32.21%, P 7.79%
Purity
>99%
Stability
1 Years
Storage Temperature
-20°C
CAS Number
3355-26-8
CAS Registry Number is a Registered Trademark of the American Chemical Society
Molecular Weight
397.401
Exact Mass
397.187
Synonyms
<p>PC(4:0/4:0)</p>

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PubMed ID: 8621161

F Berr et. al. 1993. Evidence for the presence of a phosphatidylcholine translocator in isolated rat liver canalicular plasma membrane vesicles. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 268(6), 3976-3979

PubMed ID: 8440689

A Plückthun and E A Dennis. 1982. Role of monomeric activators in cobra venom phospholipase A2 action. Biochemistry (Washington), 21(8), 1750-1756

PubMed ID: 7082644

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PubMed ID: 3893747

S Hrafnsdóttir and A K Menon. 2000. Reconstitution and partial characterization of phospholipid flippase activity from detergent extracts of the Bacillus subtilis cell membrane. Journal of Bacteriology, 182(15), 4198-4206

PubMed ID: 10894727

D. Oh MK, Yang H, Roberts MF. 2003 Jul 30. Using O-(n-alkyl)-N-(N,N'-dimethylethyl)phosphoramidates to investigate the role of Ca2+ and interfacial binding in a bacterial phospholipase. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1649(2):146-53.

PubMed ID: 12878033

Bukowski T, Teller DC. 1986 Dec 2. Self-association and active enzyme forms of Naja naja naja and Crotalus atrox phospholipase A2 studied by analytical ultracentrifugation. Biochemistry. 25(24):8024-33.

PubMed ID: 3801457

Cornacchia L, Domdey H, Mössner J, Berr F. 1997 Feb 13. Expression of a non-MDR2-coded liver phosphatidylcholine membrane transport protein in Xenopus laevis oocytes. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 231(2):277-82.

PubMed ID: 9070263