Cat. No. 0355
Biological ActivityWeak cholinergic agonist. Acylcarnitines are important intermediates in lipid metabolism.
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Poorthuis et al (1993) Determination of acylcarnitines in urine of patients with inborn errors of metabolism using HPLC after derivatization with 4'-bromophenacyl bromide. Clin.Chim.Acta. 216 53. PMID: 8222273.
Coates and Tanaka (1992) Molecular basis of mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation defects. J.Lipid.Res. 33 1099. PMID: 1431593.
Chalmers et al (1984) Urinary excretion of l-carnitine and acylcarnitines by patients with disorders of organic acid metabolism: evidence for secondary insufficiency of l-carnitine. Pediatr.Res. 18 1325. PMID: 6441143.
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Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for (±)-Acetylcarnitine chloride include:
Meadows and Wargo (2013) Characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa growth on O-acylcarnitines and identification of a short-chain acylcarnitine hydrolase. J Biol Chem 79 3355. PMID: 23524670.
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