Aminooxy-TEG-Azide, 1 g, Glass Screw-Top
LKD4270 is a dual purpose linker that has numerous potential applications. Acylation of the oxyamine end affords a hydroxamic acid that bears a TEG-linked azide group. Hydroxamic acids have long been known to be useful as carboxylic acid mimics. Thus, an advantage of this product is that it allows the introduction of the TEG-azide functionality while retaining comparable acidity to the original carboxylic acid. Alternatively, it is possible for the oxyamine end to condense with an aldehyde, affording an oxime that bears a TEG-linked azide group. Subesquently, the azide group is available for use in a variety of well known ligation paradigms.
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