ⓘ Octyl glucoside

                                     

ⓘ Octyl glucoside

Octyl glucoside is a nonionic surfactant frequently used to solubilise integral membrane proteins for studies in biochemistry. Structurally, it is a glycoside derived from glucose and octanol. Like Genapol X-100 and Triton X-100, it is a nonphysiological amphiphile that makes lipid bilayers less "stiff".

                                     
  • concentration of 9 mM. It is an analog of the commonly used detergent octyl glucoside the presence of the thioether linkage making it resistant to degradation
  • Lauryl glucoside is a surfactant used in cosmetics. It is a glycoside produced from glucose and lauryl alcohol. Decyl glucoside Octyl glucoside n - Dodecyl
  • is produced by the reaction of glucose from corn starch with the fatty alcohol decanol which is derived from coconut. Lauryl glucoside Octyl glucoside
  • NP - 40 and solubilize proteins. Milder detergents such as octyl thioglucoside, octyl glucoside or dodecyl maltoside are used to solubilize membrane proteins
  • Soderman, and L. Wadso, Phase Diagram and Thermodynamics of the n - Octyl b - D - Glucoside Water System. J. Phys. Chem. B., 2002. 106 11 p. 2910 - 2917. Kocherbitov
  • surfactant decyl glucoside Bisoctrizole shows very little photodegradation and has a stabilizing effect on other UV absorbers, octyl methoxycinnamate
  • the cell. The integral membrane proteins were then solubilized using octyl glucoside and subjected to four column chromatography steps HiTrap SP HP cation - exchange
  • propanoate E - nerolidol nonanal nonanoic acid ocimenol octyl acetate octyl butyrate octyl hexanoate octyl isovalerate propyl butyrate propyl hexanoate In the