GMBS

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Chemical Name: N-(4-Maleimidobutyryloxy)succinimide
CAS: 80307-12-6

Appearance: White powder
Purity: ≥95.0% (HPLC)
MW: 280.23, C12H12N2O6

Storage Condition: 0-5ºC
Shipping Condition: ambient temperature

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DescriptionApplicationReferencesS.D.S
Cross-linking Reaction

Product Description
Hetero-bifunctional cross-linking reagents have activated esters and maleimide reactive groups. These functional groups react with amines and sulfhydryl groups of proteins, respectively. Enzyme-labeled haptens are prepared using hetero-bifunctional cross-linking reagents such as EMCS or GMBS. The cross-linking reaction requires neutral pH and mild temperature because it is necessary to maintain enzyme activity and antibody titers in the cross-linking reaction. Hetero-bifunctional cross-linking reagents with 3, 5, 7, or 10 linear carbon chains are available. These linear aliphatic chains act as spacers between the two reactive sites and their water-soluble reagents. They are more stable than the aromatic cross-linking reagents such as succinimidyl-4-N-maleimidobenzoate in a wider pH range.

Conjugation of Macromolecules with Hetero-Bifunctional Cross-Linking Reagent

Hetero-bifunctional Reagents

Product NameCodeLength (Å)Solvent
EMCSE0189.4DMSO
GMBSG0056.9Chloroform, DMF
HMCSH25713.0Acetonitrile

 

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