In stock
All Products are stable to be shipped at room temperature, unless otherwise specified.

isotope labelled N6-Methyladenosine,N6-Methyladenosine, the most common internal modification of eukaryotic mRNA. The result of this modification is specifically recognized mRNA in the cytoplasm which regulates mRNA stability. N6-Methyladenosine is made when a protein complex containin the writer enzyme METTL3 adds a methyl group to adenosine. Two different eraser enzymes ALKBH5 and FTO can remove a methyl group to turn m6A bach into adenosine.

More Information
SKU RCL-TR-275896
Molecular Formula C1013CH15N5O4
Catalog Number RCL-TR- 275896
Chemical Name N6-Methyladenosine-13C
Boiling Pt No Data Available
Molecular Weight 282.26
Melting Pt 206-211°C
Storage Condition Hygroscopic, Refrigerator, under inert atmosphere
Stability No Data Available
Appearance Off-White Solid
Solubility DMSO (Slightly), Methanol (Slightly, Heated)
HS Commidity Code 2934.99.4400