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Phosphinothricin

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Catalog Number:

P-165-250

CAS Number:

77182-82-2

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$ 93.00

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$ 9.99 Ground shipping (In continental US only.)

Description

Phosphinothricin is a broad-spectrum herbicide that acts as a competitive inhibitor of glutamine synthetase.

Glutamine synthetase plays an important role in plant nitrogen metabolism. Its actions lead to the formation of glutamine; however, when inhibited by phosphinothricin, a rapid accumulation of ammonia along with reduction in glutamine occurs within plants.

This herbicide makes an ideal agent for the selection of transformed plants. Plant resistance to phosphinothricin is conferred through the bar gene, and due to the fast degradation of phosphinothricin in soil and in water, it presents a low risk for environmental contamination.


Product Specifications

Phosphinothricin
Glufosinate or Glufosinate ammonium
Also known as Bayer’s BastaTM

Formula: C5H15N2O4P

MW: 198.16 g/mol

Storage/Handling: Store desiccated at -20°C. Soluble in water.

PubChem Chemical ID: 53597

Technical Documentation

C Certificate of Analysis
P Protocol
S Safety Data Sheet
O Other
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Phosphinothricin Stock Solution

Phosphinothricin Stock Solution - Spray (100 mg/ml) or Plate (10 mg/ml)

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Transformed Wheat Embryo-Calli and Plant Selection

Selection of Transformed Wheat Embryos/Calli and Recovery of Transgenic Plants by Bohorova et al. (1999)

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COA - P-165

Certificate of Analysis - Phosphinothricin

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