2-Hydroxy Methyl Ester Mixture/ml, 1 ml chloroform2-Hydroxy Methyl Ester Mixture/ml, 1 ml chloroform
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2-Hydroxy Methyl Ester Mixture/ml, 1 ml chloroform

2-Hydroxy Methyl Ester Mixture (quantitative mixture)

This fatty acid mixture contains common alpha-hydroxy fatty acids in methylene chloride for the quantitative identification and quantitation of unknowns. Microbial fatty acid profiles are unique from one species to another and can therefore be used in the determination of bacterial identity. All materials are analyzed to verify their identity and to determine their purity. All analytes are 98+% pure. This standard is accurately prepared by gravimetric technique (+/- 0.5%) and all glassware is class A rated. Ampules are purged with nitrogen/argon before and after filling and chilled before being flame sealed. Store ampules sealed as received and process without delay immediately after opening the ampule. Composition: Contains the methyl esters of the following 2-hydroxy fatty acids.,C14:0, 20.0%,C16:0, 20.0%,C18:0, 15.0%,C20:0, 15.0%,C22:0, 10.0%,C23:0, 10.0%,C24:0, 10.0%
Cat# Size Price Qty Buy
1722 10 mg/ml, 1 ml chloroform £160.65

Additional Information

Property Value or Rating
Product Size 10 mg/ml, 1 ml chloroform
Manufacturer Matreya, LLC
Formula Weight 0
Solvent chloroform
Source synthetic
Purity mixture
Analytical Methods GC
Natural Source Synthetic
Solubility chloroform
Physical Appearance A 10 mg/ml liquid in chloroform
Storage -20°C

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2. Y.Zhang, S. White, and C. Rock “Inhibiting Bacterial Fatty Acid Synthesis” The Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 281(26) pp. 17541, 2006 
3. N. Rozès, S. Garbay, M. Denayrolles, A. Lonvaud-Funel “A rapid method for the determination of bacterial fatty acid composition” Applied Microbiology, Vol. 3(17) pp. 126 1993

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