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Physiological Process ReagentsCellular Metabolism Library

The Intelliscreen Cellular Metabolism Library was designed in conjunction with the Fox Chase Cancer Center (FCCC). The library contains over 125 modulators of all aspects of cellular metabolism to study the relationship between metabolic systems, cellular function and human disease.

Aspects of metabolism modulated by compounds in the library include: Glucose Metabolism, Complex Carbohydrate Metabolism Glutamate/Glutamine Metabolism, Metabolic Kinases Glutathione Homeostasis, Sphingolipid Metabolism Polyamine Metabolism, Lipid Metabolism Transsulfuration, Eicosanoid Metabolism Nucleotide Biosynthesis, Lipid Signaling Mitochondrial Metabolism.

Compounds are supplied in either DMSO or water as dictated by solubility. The compound list indicates the solvent for each particular compound.

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Aspects of metabolism modulated by compounds in the library include: 

Glucose Metabolism  

Complex Carbohydrate Metabolism

Glutamate/Glutamine Metabolism

Metabolic Kinases

Glutathione Homeostasis

Sphingolipid Metabolism

Polyamine Metabolism

Lipid Metabolism

Trans-Sulfuration

Eicosanoid Metabolism

Nucleotide Biosynthesis

Lipid Signaling

Mitochondrial Metabolism

 

 

Catalog Number:

10-7101

Activity:

A collection of compounds modulating most aspects of cellular metabolism

Molecular Weight:

Various

Solubility:

Compounds are supplied in either DMSO or water as dictated by solubility. Compound list indicates the solvent for each particular compound.

Physical Properties:

Each compound is provided in solution in either DMSO or water. 100 µl of solution per well

Purity:

95% pure or better for each individual compound.

Storage Temperature:

-80°C

Stability:

Library is stable for at least 6 months from the date of purchase if stored as supplied at -80°C.

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