MOPC (17:0,18:1 PC): 1-Margaroyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine

MOPC (17:0,18:1 PC): 1-Margaroyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine

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MOPC (17:0,18:1 PC): 1-Margaroyl-2-oleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine

Phosphatidylcholine (PC) is generally the most abundant lipid in animal cell membranes providing a structural framework. PC is more common in the outer leaflet where it functions as part of the permeability barrier. PC is also the primary substrate of Phospholipase D enzymes which produce the signaling lipids - phosphatidic acid and lysophosphatidic acid.

Molecular Weight  774.1 
Formula C43H84NO8P
Storage -20 °C 
Solubility CHCl3, CH3OH > 1 mg/mL

 

Storage: 1-Heptadecanoyl-2-(9Z-octadecenoyl)-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine (17:0,18:1 PC) is stable for at least one year when stored as a solid, protected from moisture, and light at -20 °C. Reconstitute with methanol and dilute with water or neutral pH buffered salt solutions i.e. PBS, TBS, etc. Material should be stored in glass containers to prevent loss due to adsorption to the vessel surface. Storage in basic (pH > 9) or acidic (pH < 4) buffers will result in slow decomposition of the product. After reconstitution, solutions of 17:0,18:1 PC should be flash frozen in liquid nitrogen and stored at -20 °C between uses. 17:0,18:1 P C is stable for at least three months when handled in this way. Repeated freeze/thaw cycles do not affect 17:0,18:1 PC. Do not store reconstituted lipid at 4°C for mo re than 2-3 days.

Field of Interest: Phosphatidylcholine (PC) is generally the most abundant lipid in animal cell membranes providing structural framework. PC is more common in the outer leaflet where it functions as part of the permeability barrier. PC is also the primary substrate of Phospholipase D enzymes which produce the signaling lipids – phosphatidic acid and lysophosphatidic acid.

Hazardous Properties and Cautions: No hazardous or toxic properties are known for this substance. Biotin-Labeled Phosphatidylcholine is not listed as a hazardous waste or as a Toxic Chemical subject to release reporting under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act. For solutions containing methanol or other solvents, see MSDS for Phosphoinositides in Solution available on request. 17:0,18:1 PC is not listed on the Chemical Inventory of the Toxic Substance Control Act, and is manufactured and shipped only in small quantities, intended for research and development in a laboratory utilizing prudent procedures for handling chemicals of unknown toxicity, under the supervision of persons technically qualified to evaluate potential risks and authorized to enforce appropriate health and safety measures. As with all research chemicals, precautions should be taken to avoid unnecessary exposures or risks.

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Notice: T&T Scientific products are sold for research and development purposes only and are not for diagnostic use or to be incorporated into products for resale without written permission form T&T Scientific. Materials in this publication, as well as applications and methods and use, may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign patents or patents pending.