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C18:1(Δ9-cis) Carnitine | 870852

oleoyl L-carnitine

870852P

Powder

870852P-
5 mg
$142.00
870852P-
10 mg
$226.00
870852P-
25 mg
$441.00
870852P-
50 mg
$688.00

870852C

Chloroform

870852C-
5 mg
$142.00
870852C-
10 mg
$226.00
870852C-
25 mg
$441.00
870852C-
50 mg
$688.00

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Free fatty acid in the cytosol is attached with a thioester bond to coenzyme A (CoA). This reaction is catalyzed by the enzyme fatty acyl-CoA synthetase and driven to completion by inorganic pyrophosphatase. The acyl group on CoA can now be transferred to carnitine and the resulting acylcarnitine transported into the mitochondrial matrix.
Molecular Formula
C25H47NO4
Percent Composition
C 70.54%, H 11.13%, N 3.29%, O 15.04%
Purity
>99%
Stability
1 Year
Storage
-20°C
CAS Number
13962-05-5
CAS Registry Number is a Registered Trademark of the American Chemical Society
Molecular Weight
425.645
Exact Mass
425.351
CMC
~7.4 μM
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Carland, J.E., R.E. Mansfield, R.M. Ryan, and R.J. Vandenberg. (2013). Oleoyl-L-carnitine inhibits glycine transport by GlyT2. Br J Pharmacol 168:891-902. [PubMed]