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  • Brand : BIOFRON

  • Catalogue Number : BN-O1126

  • Specification : 98%(HPLC)

  • CAS number : 4703-38-2

  • Formula : C12H15NO3S

  • Molecular Weight : 253.32

  • PUBCHEM ID : 295480

  • Volume : 5mg

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DL-N-benzoylmethionine/4-methylthio-2-(phenylcarbonylamino)butanoic acid/Methionine, N-benzoyl-/Benzoyl-DL-methionine/N-benzoyl-D,L-methionine/N-(phenylcarbonyl)methionine/N-Benzoylmethionine


2-benzamido-4-methylsulfanylbutanoic acid


1.2±0.1 g/cm3


Flash Point

274.2±28.7 °C

Boiling Point

529.7±45.0 °C at 760 mmHg

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WGK Germany


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Personal Projective Equipment

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For Reference Standard and R&D, Not for Human Use Directly.

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Comprehensive comparisons of genome organizations for poxviruses of different genera have not previously been reported. Here we have made such a comparison by cross-hybridizing genome fragments from capripoxvirus KS-1 and vaccinia virus WR (VV). This showed that a 100- to 115-kilobase (kb) centrally placed section is essentially colinear in organization in the two viruses and that a small region has translocated between the ends of one or other of the genomes during their divergence. No cross-hybridization could be detected between VV DNA and the respective left- and right-hand terminal 8 and 25 kb of capripoxvirus DNA or between capripoxvirus DNA and the respective left- and right-hand terminal 38 and 35 kb of VV DNA. By using the cross-hybridization data, a 4-kb fragment of KS-1 DNA was identified, which corresponds to the regions of the cowpox virus and VV genomes containing genes for the orthopoxvirus A-type inclusion body protein (“ATI”). The sequence of the KS-1 DNA fragment contains homologs of genes which are on either side of the orthopoxvirus ATI genes but contains no homolog of the ATI gene itself. Overall, these results show that the pattern of genomic conservation and variation between two poxvirus genera reflects the pattern within the orthopoxvirus genus but that, as observed previously, individual genes may not be present in genomic regions which are otherwise conserved in organization.


A comparison of the genome organization of capripoxvirus with that of the orthopoxviruses.


P D Gershon, D M Ansell, and D N Black

Publish date

1989 Nov;




The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-determined nuclear antigens EBNA 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6, regularly expressed in EBV-transformed lymphoblastoid cell lines, vary in size among viral strains. We have used this characteristic to trace the spread of the virus within seven families by using an approach called Ebnotyping. Among 33 evaluable individuals, 3 were EBV seronegative, and 17 different EBV strains could be isolated from the peripheral blood or throat washes of the remaining 30. All unrelated persons carried different strains. The EBV strain carried by 19 persons was also found in 1 or more family members. The same viral strain was carried by two members in five families, by three members in the sixth, and by five members in the seventh. The paternal strain was isolated from one child in two families, and the maternal strain was isolated from one or more children in three families. EBV was isolated from both blood and throat wash in six individuals. The Ebnotypes of both derived lymphoblastoid cell lines were identical within each individual. These results indicate that spread within families may be a relatively common route of EBV transmission. The number of horizontal transmission events required to generate diversification of the Ebnotype will require larger epidemiological studies.


EBNA size polymorphism can be used to trace Epstein-Barr virus spread within families.


J W Gratama, M A Oosterveer, G Klein, and I Ernberg

Publish date

1990 Oct;




Nucleotide sequences of 441 promoters recognized by Escherichia coli RNA polymerase were subjected to a site-specific cluster analysis based on the hierarchical method of classification. Five regions permitting promoter subgrouping were identified. They are located at -54 +/- 4, -44 +/- 3, -35 +/- 3 (-35 element), -29 +/- 2 and -11 +/-4 (-10 element). Promoters were independently subgrouped on the basis of their sequence homology in each of these regions and typical sequence elements were determined. The putative functional significance of the revealed elements is discussed on the basis of available biochemical data. Those promoters that have a high degree of homology with the revealed sequence elements were selected as representatives of corresponding promoter groups and the presence of other sequence motifs in their structure was examined. Both positive and negative correlations in the presence of particular sequence motifs were observed; however, the degree of these interdependencies was not high in all cases, probably indicating that different combinations of the signal elements may create a promoter. The list of promoter sequences with the presence of different sequence elements is available on request by Email: ozoline@venus.iteb. serpukhov.su.


Non-canonical sequence elements in the promoter structure. Cluster analysis of promoters recognized by Escherichia coli RNA polymerase.


O N Ozoline, A A Deev, and M V Arkhipova

Publish date

1997 Dec 1

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