Synonyms: L-Glycine; FEMA No. 3287; Leimzucker; Aminoacetic acid; Glicoamin; Padil; Gly; Glyzin; Glycolixir; Glycosthene; 2-Aminoacetic acid; Glycine (JP14/USP); Glycin; Amitone; Glycocoll; Glycine food grade; Aminoacetic acid(Glycine); H-Gly-OH (Physic Grade); H-Gly-OH; CAS Number: 56-40-6 EINECS: 200-272-2 Molecular Formula: C2H5NO2 Molecular Weight: 75.07 Density: 1.254 g/cm3 Melting Point: 240 ° C (DEC. )(lit. ) Boiling Point: 240.937 ° C at 760 mmHg Flash Point: 99.516 ° C Solubility: 25 g/100 mL (25 ° C) in water Appearance: White crystalline powder
Used for complexation titration indicator, chromatography reagents; Buffers; Standards for colorimetric determination of amino acids available. Inspection of copper, gold and silver. Preparation of tissue culture medium. Biochemical reagents and solvents used in organic synthesis and biochemistry. Spinal inhibitory neurotransmitter, NMDA receptor allosteric regulation Molecular biology grade buffer components used for end-labeled restriction fragments coupled kinase reaction; Tris - glycine buffer component for SDS - polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of in vitro translation product applications.