870716 | 16:0 Coenzyme A

palmitoyl Coenzyme A (ammonium salt)


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16:0 Coenzyme A

16:0 Coenzyme A

palmitoyl Coenzyme A (ammonium salt)

Hygroscopic
No
Light Sensitive
No
Molecular Formula
C37H75N10O17P3S
Percent Composition
C 42.04%, H 7.15%, N 13.25%, O 25.73%, P 8.79%, S 3.03%
Purity
>99%
Stability
1 Year
Storage Temperature
-20°C
CAS Number
799812-86-5
CAS Registry Number is a Registered Trademark of the American Chemical Society
Formula Weight
1056.425
Exact Mass
1057.034
Synonyms
Palmitoyl CoA
hexadecanoyl Coenzyme A (ammonium salt)
110776

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PubMed ID: 32060179

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PubMed ID: 31080170

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PubMed ID: 20097765

Ben-David, O., Y. Pewzner-Jung, O. Brenner, E.L. Laviad, A. Kogot-Levin, I. Weissberg, I.E. Biton, R. Pienik, E. Wang, S. Kelly, J. Alroy, A. Raas-Rothschild, A. Friedman, B. Brugger, A.H. Merrill Jr, and A.H. Futerman. (2011). Encephalopathy caused by ablation of very long acyl chain ceramide synthesis may be largely due to reduced galactosylceramide levels. J Biol Chem 286:30022-33. [PubMed]

PubMed ID: 21705317