Technical Data
-NADPH Tetrasodium Salt Hydrate
Molecular Biology Storage: -20CShipping: Blue Ice
One of the biologically active forms of nicotinic acid. Differs from NAD by an additional phosphate group at the 2-position of the adenosine moiety. Serves as a coenzyme of hydrogenases and dehydrogenases. Present in living cells primarily in the reduced form (NADPH) and is involved in synthetic reactions.

Off-White to Pale Yellow Solid

Melting Point:
>250C (dec.)


CAS Number:

Molecular Formula:
C21H26N7Na4O17P3 xH2O

Molecular Weight:
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