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Molecular Biology Grade IPTG

By MP Biomedicals

IPTG (Isopropyl-β-D-thiogalactopyranoside) is a galactose analog not recognized by β-galactosidase. It is an inducer of the operon in E. coli. At a 1 mM concentration, IPTG induces β-galactosidase gene expression allowing the selection of Lac+ recombinant bacteria in X-Gal containing medium. IPTG is water soluble.

CAS No: 367-93-1
MW: 238.31 g/mol
EC No: 2067030
Formula: C9H18SO5


Appearance: white powder
Assay (HPLC): > 99.0 %
Specific rotation (1%, H2O, 20°C): -31° ± 1°
Water content (Karl Fisher): < 1.0 %
Dioxane: < 0.0001 %
RNase, DNase and Protease free.

Storage: Store at -20°C

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17-IPTG0001 IPTG, mol-bio grade 1g $81.06
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17-IPTG0005 IPTG, mol-bio grade 5 x 1g $368.21
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17-IPTG0010 IPTG, mol-bio grade 10 x 1g $532.91
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