Lipoic acid PEG Hydrazide
Synonym: Hydrazide PEG Lipoic acid, Lipoic acid-PEG-CONHNH2, LPA-PEG-CONHNH2.
Lipoic acid PEG Hydrazide (Lipoic acid-PEG-CONHNH2) is one of Nanocs carbonyl reactive PEG derivatives that have a lipoic acid group on one end of PEG and a hydrazide group (-NHNH2) on the other terminus. Lipoic acid, also known as thioctic acid, contains a disufide bond that can bind to gold and other metal surface. It is also an important molecule parting in various biological processes. Hydrazide group (-NHNH2), on the other hand, can react with aldehyde or ketone groups derived from polysaccarides or glycoproteins. Reaction between hydrazide and ketone group results in a stable hydrazone bond, which is more stable than the schiff base formed between amine and ketone group.
- Form: Solid powder or semi-solid depends on PEG length
- Color: Yellow to pale yellow
- Reactive group: Hydrazide (-CONHNH2)
- Reactive to: Aldehyde/ketone
- Solubility: Soluble in water
- Store at -20 0C.
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