- Product Name：BETA-NADPH TETRASODIUM SALT
- Molecular Formula：C21H30 N7 O17 P3 . 4 Na
- Molecular Weight：745.4209
99% Pure Coenzyme BETA-NADPH TETRASODIUM SALT 2646-71-1
- Molecular Formula:C21H30 N7 O17 P3 . 4 Na
- Molecular Weight:745.4209
- Melting Point:>250oC (dec.)
- Boiling Point:1175.1 °C at 760 mmHg
- Flash Point:664.5 °C
- Density:2.28 g/cmºC
Coenzyme BETA-NADPH TETRASODIUM SALT 2646-71-1 Usage
BETA-NADPH TETRASODIUM SALT is off-white to light yellow powder, which is the reduced form of the coenzyme NADP+; used in anabolic reactions such as lipid and nucleic acid synthesis, which require NADPH as a reducing agent. One of the biologically active forms of nicotinic acid. Differs from NAD by an additional phosphate group at the 2’position of the adenosine moiety. Serves as a coenzyme of hydrogenases and dehydroge nases. A ubiquitous coenzyme that acts as an electron donor in many reactions utilizing dehydrogenase and reductase enzymes. Present in living cells primarily in the reduced form (NADPH) and is involved in synthetic reactions.
Coenzyme 2646-71-1 Relevant articles
Molar absorptivities of beta-NADH and beta-NADPH.
J Ziegenhorn, M Senn, T Bücher
Clinical Chemistry, Volume 22, Issue 2, 1 February 1976, Pages 151–160
Re-investigating the accuracy of the commonly used values for molar absorptivities (epsilon) of beta-NADH and beta-NADPH at Hg 334, Hg 365, or 340 nm, we obtained the following results. For these reasons, the epsilon-values of NADH and NADPH are generally different from each other, and are temperature-dependent.
meso-Tetrakis(p-sulfonatophenyl)N-Confused Porphyrin Tetrasodium Salt: A Potential Sensitizer for Photodynamic Therapy
Ajesh P. Thomas‡, P. S. Saneesh Babu§, S. Asha Nair§, S. Ramakrishnan⊥, Danaboyina Ramaiah⊥, Tavarekere K. Chandrashekar‡, A. Srinivasan*‡, and M. Radhakrishna Pillai*§
J. Med. Chem. 2012, 55, 11, 5110–5120
A water-soluble derivative of N-confused porphyrin (NCP) was synthesized, and the photodynamic therapeutic (PDT) application was investigated by photophysical and in vitro studies.
Triphosphopyridine nucleotide disodium salt