5-Bromo-6-chloro-3-indolyl phosphate –p-toluidine salt CAS 6769-80-8

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5-Bromo-6-chloro-3-indolyl phosphate-p-toluidine salt (CAS 6769-80-8) is a chemical compound with a white to off-white appearance, commonly used as a substrate in enzyme labeling assays and immunohistochemistry techniques. It is a valuable tool in cell biology research, aiding in the investigation of intracellular signaling pathways and the characterization of enzyme activities in biological systems.

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Synonym Magenta phosphate p-toludine salt
CAS 6769-80-8
Molecular Formula C8H5BrClNO4P·C7H10N
Molecular Weight 433.63 g/mol
Density N.A
Product Category Sugars & Carbohydrates | Enzyme Substrates | Biochemicals | Diagnostic Reagents
Appearance White to Off White to Light Blue Powder
Purity Min 98%
HS Code 29389090
UN Number Not Applicable
Shipping Normal
Storage Temperature -20 Degrees C
PubChem Substance ID 24891853
MDL number MFCD00210023


DMF: 50 mg/mL, clear, orange
    • Enzyme Labeling Assays: Used as a substrate in enzyme labeling assays for the sensitive detection of phosphatase activity, enabling the quantification of enzyme kinetics and protein phosphorylation events.
    • Immunohistochemistry: Employed in immunohistochemistry techniques for the visualization of specific proteins and biomolecules in tissue samples, facilitating the identification and localization of target molecules in biological specimens.
    • Cell Biology Research: Applied in cell biology research to investigate intracellular signaling pathways and the regulation of phosphorylation events, contributing to the understanding of cellular processes and their role in various diseases.
    • Biochemical Analysis: Utilized in biochemical analysis for the characterization of enzyme activities and the assessment of cellular responses to external stimuli, supporting the study of biological systems and molecular mechanisms.