S-Galu00acu00c6 Sodium Salt - Reagent for Selection of Recombinant Bacterial Clones

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Short description
  • Chemical Name: 3,4-Cyclohexeneoesculetin-B-D-galactopyranoside
  • Function: Reagent for selection of recombinant bacterial clones
  • Use: Suitable for use in selection of recombinant bacterial colonies with the lac+ phenotype
  • Solubility: Water-soluble
  • Autoclavable: Yes
  • Substrate for: S-Galu00acu00c6 sodium salt
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Description
  • S-Galu00acu00c6 Sodium Salt is a reagent specifically designed for the selection of recombinant bacterial clones.
  • It is a water-soluble compound that acts as a substrate for the detection of lac+ phenotype in bacterial colonies.
  • With its autoclavable properties, it ensures convenience and reliability in various applications.
  • The chemical name is 3,4-Cyclohexeneoesculetin-B-D-galactopyranoside.
  • It functions as a reagent for the selection of recombinant bacterial clones, aiding in the identification and isolation of bacterial colonies with the desired lac+ phenotype.
  • It is suitable for use in the selection of recombinant bacterial colonies with the lac+ phenotype.
  • It finds application in various fields, including molecular biology, biotechnology, and genetic engineering.
  • This reagent is water-soluble, allowing for easy preparation and handling in aqueous solutions. It dissolves readily, ensuring optimal performance and accuracy in experimental procedures.
  • It is autoclavable, providing convenience and sterility assurance for researchers and technicians. It can be effectively sterilized using autoclaving methods without compromising its efficacy.
  • It serves as a substrate for ^S7313, enhancing its functionality and enabling reliable detection of the lac+ phenotype in bacterial colonies.
  • It works synergistically with the target substrate to promote efficient identification and selection of recombinant bacterial clones.
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