Pyruvic acid, sodium salt, 5 g

Pyruvic acid, sodium salt, 5 g

Synonyms Sodium α-ketopropionate; Sodium 2-oxopropanoate; α-Ketopropionic acid sodium salt; 2-Oxopropanoic acid sodium salt; Sodium α-Ketopropionic acid; Sodium 2-Oxopropionic acid; Sodium Pyruvate

CAS Number: 113-24-6 Molecular Formula: C3H3O3Na Molecular Weight: 110.04

Beilstein Registry Number: 3568341 EC Number: 204-024-4 MDL Number: MFCD00002586

Packaging size: 5 g

SKU 0210292605
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Product Description

Pyruvate, the anion of pyruvic acid, is the end product of the glycolysis pathway, whereby glucose is converted to pyruvate with the production of ATP. In anaerobic organisms such as yeast, pyruvate is converted to ethanol. In gluconeogenesis, pyruvate is converted to glucose. Other metabolic fates of pyruvate include its conversion to alanine by transamination and to oxaloacetate by carboxylation. Pyruvate is involved in respiratory regulation in plants by interacting with alternative oxidase at a conserved cysteine residue. May help prevent hydrogen peroxide mediated cell death.

Application Notes

Sodium pyruvate is utilized as a component in culture broth and media. The use of sodium pyruvate in Wallen fermentation medium to enhance the conversion of oleic acid to 10-ketostearic acid by Bacillus sphaericus has been described. A protocol that uses sodium pyruvate to establish stably transfected human B cell lines has been published.

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SKU 0210292605
Alternate Names Sodium α-ketopropionate; Sodium 2-oxopropanoate; α-Ketopropionic acid sodium salt; 2-Oxopropanoic acid sodium salt; Sodium α-Ketopropionic acid; Sodium 2-Oxopropionic acid; Sodium Pyruvate
Application Notes Sodium pyruvate is utilized as a component in culture broth and media. The use of sodium pyruvate in Wallen fermentation medium to enhance the conversion of oleic acid to 10-ketostearic acid by Bacillus sphaericus has been described. A protocol that uses sodium pyruvate to establish stably transfected human B cell lines has been published.
Base Catalog Number 10292605
Beilstein Registry Number 3568341
CAS # 113-24-6
EC Number 204-024-4
Grade Reagent Grade
Melting Point >300 °C(Lit.)
Molecular Formula C3H3O3Na
Molecular Weight 110.04
Pack Size 5 g
Personal Protective Equipment Eyeshields, Gloves, Respirator filter
pH 5 - 7 (1% aq soln)
Purity ≥99.0%
Solubility Soluble in water (1 M [110 mg/mL] - clear, colorless solution).
Usage Statement Unless specified otherwise, MP Biomedical's products are for research or further manufacturing use only, not for direct human use. For more information, please contact our customer service department.