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Ionizable lipids are lipids that can be converted into ions by adding or removing hydrogen atoms from the lipid molecule. Examples of ionizable lipids include phospholipids, glycolipids, and sphingolipids. These lipids are important components of cell membranes, as they help regulate the flow of ions and other molecules in and out of the cell.

Ionizable Lipid

Cat# Name Structure M.W. Purity Pricing
AP14389DODMA620.10≥95% Pricing
AP14390DLin-KC2-DMA642.10≥95% Pricing
AP14387D-Lin-MC3-DMA642.10≥95% Pricing
AP14388L319678.10≥95% Pricing
AP143867-[(2-Hydroxyethyl)[8-(nonyloxy)-8-oxooctyl]amino]heptyl 2-octyldecanoate710.20≥95% Pricing
AP14385SM-102710.20≥95% Pricing
AP14395C13-113-tri-tail712.30≥95% Pricing
AP14394C13-112-tri-tail743.30≥95% Pricing
AP14158ALC-0315766.30≥95% Pricing
AP14397C13-113-tetra-tail910.60≥95% Pricing
AP14396C13-112-tetra-tail941.60≥95% Pricing
AP14392306Oi10994.60≥95% Pricing
AP14391C12-2001137.00≥95% Pricing

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