Z-Glycine

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Reaxys RN
N-(Benzyloxycarbonyl)glycine, Z-Gly-OH
Bridge to Biologics, Amino Acid Derivatives
KUMI0F402
1138-80-3
MFCD00002691
14349
526877
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Z-Glycine
C10H11NO4
209.20
≥99%
White to Off-White Solid
118-122°C
50g,100g,250g,500g,1kg, 5kg and 25kg
Store at room temperature
  Z-Glycine (also known as N-(Benzyloxycarbonyl)glycine, Z-Gly-OH) is an amino acid derivative typically used in the dipeptide synthesis.
  The assay of the bromelains using Nα-CBZ-l-lysine p-nitrophenyl ester and N-CBZ-glycine p-nitrophenyl ester as substrates. [1]
  Protease-catalyzed synthesis of oligopeptides in heterogenous substrate mixtures. [2]
  Pd-Catalyzed Site-Selective C(sp2)-H Olefination and Alkynylation of Phenylalanine Residues in Peptides. [3]
References:
[1] R.M.Silverstein, Anal. Biochem., 1974, 62(2), pp 478-484.
[2] R.Lopez-Fandino, et al, Biotechnol. Bioeng., 1994, 43(11), pp 1024-1030.
[3] Y.Zheng, et al, Org. Lett., 2019, 21(9), pp 3257-3260.
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Not classified as a hazardous substance or mixture
 
 
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