Applications: D-Alanine is an amino acid that is commonly found in bacteria, such as Streptococcus faecalis. It is essential for the biosynthesis of peptidoglycan crosslinking sub-units that are used for bacterial cell walls. D-Alanine is also known to cause cytotoxic oxidative stress in brain tumour cells.
Synonyms: (2R)-2-(Amino)propanoic Acid; (R)-2-Aminopropanoic Acid; (R)-Alanine; 2: PN: RU2506269 PAGE: 13 Claimed Sequence; Ba 2776; D(-)-α-Alanine; D-(-)-Alanine; D-α-Alanine; NSC 158286;
Appearance: Crystalline Powder or Crystals
Storage: Room Temp.