Ald-benzoylamide-PEG-CH2 NHS ester is a chemical compound commonly used in pharmaceutical research and development for its ability to modify proteins and other biomolecules. It belongs to the class of NHS esters, which are commonly used as reactive intermediates to covalently link amine-containing biomolecules with other functional groups.
The Ald-benzoylamide-PEG-CH2 NHS ester has a unique structure that includes a polyethylene glycol (PEG) linker, which enhances its solubility in aqueous environments and reduces potential immunogenicity. The benzoylamide group on the other hand offers a stable and easily cleavable linkage for the covalent attachment of the NHS ester to biomolecules.
This compound is often used to modify proteins, peptides, and other biomolecules with functional groups such as fluorescent dyes, biotin, and PEG. These modifications can improve the stability, solubility, and pharmacokinetic properties of the biomolecule, and can also be used to facilitate specific targeting and delivery of drugs.
|AP10068||Ald-benzoylamide-PEG2-CH2 NHS ester||392.36||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP10066||Ald-benzoylamide-PEG3-CH2 NHS ester||436.41||≥95%||Pricing|
|AP10064||Ald-benzoylamide-PEG4-CH2 NHS ester||480.47||≥95%||Pricing|