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disodium salt, lyophilizate

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UDP-Glucose material number and pack size:
Material Number Pack Size
10154938103 custom fill
Will be supplied as "UDP-Glucose, Di-Na". Unit of measure is "kg".
UDP-Glucose is an activated sugar.
UDP-glucose is a disodium salt, provided as a white, lyophilized substance.
Formula: C15H22N2O17P2Na2
Molecular weight:
UDP-glucose: 566.3 g/mol
UDP-glucose-Na2: 610.3 g/mol
Appearance: White to yellowish powder
Solubility: Clear, colorless solution in water (c=50 mg/mL)
pH value (solution, c=50 mg/mL): 5.8-7.2
Identity (NIR spectrum): Corresponds to reference
UDP-Glucose (enzymatically): ≥83.5%
UDP-Glucose (A260, ε=9.9 [L x mmol-1 x cm-1]): ≥83.5%
UDP-Glucose, disodium salt (HPLC, based on dry weight): ≥95.0 area%
Na (flame photometric): 7.0-8.0%
Water (K. Fischer): ≤6.0%
UDP (HPLC): ≤0.5 area%
UMP (HPLC): ≤0.5 area%
UTP (HPLC): ≤0.2%
UDP-Galactose (HPLC): ≤1.5 area%
Uridine (HPLC): ≤0.2 area%
Unknown impurities, single (HPLC): ≤0.5 area%
Total unknown impurities (HPLC): ≤3.0 area%
Sum impurities (HPLC): ≤4.5 area%
Heavy metals (as Pb): ≤10 ppm
Pi: ≤0.3 %
Fe (bathophenanthroline): ≤25 ppm
Ethanol (GC): ≤1,000 ppm
2-Propanol (GC): ≤100 ppm
Methanol (GC): ≤50 ppm
Acetone (GC): ≤100 ppm
A250/A260: 0.71-0.75
A250/A280: 0.38-0.42
A290/A260: 0.03-0.05
Stability: At +2 to +8°C within specification range for 36 months.
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