850344 | 14:0-04:0(biphenyl) PC (TBBPC)



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14:0-04:0(biphenyl) PC (TBBPC)

14:0-04:0(biphenyl) PC (TBBPC)


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Molecular Formula
Percent Composition
C 66.16%, H 8.77%, N 2.03%, O 18.55%, P 4.49%
1 Years
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Bicelles can be integrated into standard crystallization protocols, and in contrast to micelles, bicelles maintain the protein in a more native bilayer environment allowing proteins to be captured in a more biologically relevant orientation. Reference/Protocol