Y-27632 dihydrochloride

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Cat.No. TB1254-GMP - Y-27632 dihydrochloride | C14H21N3O.2HCl | CAS No. 129830-38-2
Description: Y-27632 synthesized to cGMP guidelines
Chemical Name: trans-4-[(1R)-1-Aminoethyl]-N-4-pyridinylcyclohexanecarboxamide dihydrochloride
Purity: ≥99%
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Literature (4)

Biological Activity

Y-27632 synthesized to cGMP guidelines. Suitable for use as an ancillary reagent in the further manufacturing of cell therapies.

Research use only Y-27632 also available.

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Technical Data

M. Wt 320.26
Formula C14H21N3O.2HCl
Storage Desiccate at RT
Purity ≥99%
CAS Number 129830-38-2
Smiles N[C@H](C)[C@@]1([H])CC[C@H](C(NC2=CC=NC=C2)=O)CC1.Cl.Cl

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Protocols for Y-27632 dihydrochloride

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