Tricine, electrophoresis grade, ≥99%

Tricine, electrophoresis grade, ≥99%

Synonyms N-Tris-[hydroxymethyl]methylglycine; N-[2-Hydroxy-1,1-bis(hydroxymethyl) ethyl] glycine

CAS Number: 5704-04-1 Molecular Formula: C6H13NO5

Beilstein Registry Number: 1937804 EC Number: 227-193-6

SKU 04807410-CF
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Product Description

Tricine

Application Notes

Tricine is used as buffer component for separation of low molecular weight peptides. Tricine can be used in cryopreservation medium for the preservation of tissues and organs. Cryopreservation depends on the physical and chemical characteristics of the preservation medium used. The pH values and pK values for tricine/DMSO mixtures has been reported down to -20 °C. Tricine has been found to be an efficient scavenger of hydroxyl radicals in a study of radiation-induced membrane damage. Tricine is typically the buffer of choice in SDS-PAGE systems when separating proteins in the range of 1 to 100 kDa.

Usage Statement

Research Use Only (RUO). Ready for CE IVD labeling of clinical applications.

Specifications
SKU 04807410-CF
Alternate Names N-Tris-[hydroxymethyl]methylglycine; N-[2-Hydroxy-1,1-bis(hydroxymethyl) ethyl] glycine
Application Notes Tricine is used as buffer component for separation of low molecular weight peptides. Tricine can be used in cryopreservation medium for the preservation of tissues and organs. Cryopreservation depends on the physical and chemical characteristics of the preservation medium used. The pH values and pK values for tricine/DMSO mixtures has been reported down to -20 °C. Tricine has been found to be an efficient scavenger of hydroxyl radicals in a study of radiation-induced membrane damage. Tricine is typically the buffer of choice in SDS-PAGE systems when separating proteins in the range of 1 to 100 kDa.
Base Catalog Number 807410
Beilstein Registry Number 1937804
CAS # 5704-04-1
EC Number 227-193-6
Format Powder
Grade Electrophoresis grade
Hazard Statements H317
Insoluble Matter ≤10 ppm
Molecular Formula C6H13NO5
Optical Rotation DpK/DT: -0.021(Lit.); Metal Binding Constants (log K) for 0.1 M solution at 20 °C: Mg2+: 1.2 Ca2+: 2.4 Mn2+: 2.7 Cu2+: 7.3(Lit.)
pKa 4.5 - 5.5 (1% aq soln) ; Buffering pH range 7.4-8.8(Lit.)
Potency 8.1 (25 °C)(Lit.)
Purity ≥99%
Source Very soluble in water (25% w/v - clear; colorless solution).
Unit Definition A buffer may be prepared by titrating with sodium hydroxide to the desired pH, using about a half-equivalent of NaOH.
Usage Statement Research Use Only (RUO). Ready for CE IVD labeling of clinical applications.