Discontinued ProductUnfortunately O-Carbamoyl-D-serine (Cat. No. 0441) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Alanine racemase suicide substrate.
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References are publications that support the products' biological activity.
Badet and Walsh et al (1985) Purification of an alanine racemase from streptococcus-faecalis and analysis of its inactivation by (1-aminoethyl)phosphonic acid enantiomers. Biochemistry 24 1333 PMID: 3921052
Wang and Walsh (1978) Suicide substrates for the alanine racemase of Escherichia coli B. Biochemistry 17 1313 PMID: 350267
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