"baseclick-grade" reducing agent for optimal click reaction
- Catalog No.
- 10 mg
- € 15,00
- 5 x 10 mg
- € 45,00
The water-soluble CuSO4 reagent is for performing click reactions in aqueous solution e.g. for experiments with cell culture or sensitive biomolecules that do not tolerate DMSO. In order to create the click reactive Cu(I) species, Na-Ascorbate is needed to reduce Cu(II). Additionally, please make sure using a water-soluble ligand (e.g. THPTA) protecting your biomolecule.
Functionalization of the surface of electrospun poly(epsilon-caprolactone) mats using zwitterionic poly(carboxybetaine methacrylate) and cell-specific peptide for endothelial progenitor cells capture, Q. Li et al., 2013, Mater. Sci. Eng., Vol. 33(3), p. 1646-1653.
Synthesis of in situ functionalized iron oxide nanoparticles presenting alkyne groups via a continuous process using near-critical and supercritical water, M. D. de Tercero, 2013, J Supercrit Fluids, Vol. 82, p. 83-95.
12 months unopened after receipt
2-8 °C, store dry
≥ 99% (iodometric)
white to slightly yellow crystals
Used as reducing agent for Copper(II) sulfate (CuSO4) to perform click reactions in aqueous media
- Molecular Formula