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8- (2- Aminoethylamino)adenosine- 3', 5'- cyclic monophosphate, immobilized on agarose gel
Cat. No.: A 020
CAS No.: [pending]
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Product Name Price (net) Qty
Cat. No.: A 020-06
Unit: 0.6 ml
Cat. No.: A 020-25
Unit: 2.5 ml
Cat. No.: A 020-60
Unit: 6 ml

The second messenger cyclic AMP immobilized on agarose by an aminoethylamino spacer attached to position 8 of the ligand. The gel can be used for affinity chromatography of various cyclic nucleotide-responsive proteins such as protein kinases, phosphodiesterases and others. This ligand is also offered with a longer spacer (8-AHA-cAMP-Agarose, Cat. No. A 028) and as a PDE-resistant version (Sp-8-AEA-cAMPS-Agarose, Cat. No. A 008). Detailed technical information available. References: Dills et al., Biochemistry, 15, 3724 - 3730 (1976); Scholten et al., J. Proteome Res., 5, 1435 - 1447 (2006).

Normally all affinity gels are supplied in pre-packed columns. The free beads without a column are available upon request.


Appearance: Suspension in 30 mM Na2HPO4 buffer (pH 7).

Cat. No. A 020
CAS number [pending]
Appearance Suspension in 30 mM Na₂HPO₄ buffer (pH 7)
Storage temperature 4°C / 39°F
Modifications 8-cAMP
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