For other salt forms please inquire. 2',3'-cAMP is a positional isomer of the natural second messenger 3',5'-cAMP (BIOLOG Cat. No. A 001) and was found to be produced by organ systems such as rat and mouse kidney and mouse brain from RNA degradation. 2',3'-cAMP is metabolized to 2'-AMP and 3'-AMP, and these monophosphates are subsequently converted to adenosine. It was also recently reported to promote the formation of stress granules in Arabidopsis thaliana. Several pathways regulated by 2',3'- cNMPs, including flagellar motility and biofilm formation in E. coli were identified by using the prodrug / precursor 5’-O-MB-2’,3’-cAMP (BIOLOG Cat. No. M 176). References: Duggal et al., J. Bacteriol., 204, e0020821 (2022); Kosmacz et al., Plant Physiol., 177, 411 - 421 (2018); Forman et al., Dig. Dis. Sci., 59, 2118 - 2125 (2014).
|Cat. No.||A 307|
|Purity||> 97% HPLC|
|Storage temperature||-20°C / -4°F|
|Molecular formula||C₁₀H₁₁N₅O₆P · Na|
|Molecular weight [g/mol]||351.2|
|Absorption max [nm]||259|
|Molar extinction coefficient ε [L·mol⁻¹·cm⁻¹]||15000|