Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8

Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8

About Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8 Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8, is a disinfectant and medication. 1. As a disinfectant it is used to sterilize surgical instruments and other areas.2 2. As a medication it is used to treat warts on the bottom of the feet. 3. It is applied as a liquid.
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Product   name

Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8

CAS   NO.:

111-30-8

Structure

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Synonyms:

GLUTARDIALDEHYDE   SOLUTION 25% FOR ELECTR;Glutaraldehyde 25% Min. / 50% Min.Tech/PharMa   grade;Glutaric Dialdehyde, 50 Percent in Water;Glutaraldehyde, 50 wt.%   solution in H2O;Glutaric Dialdehyde,50% aq. soln.;Glutaraldehyde, 50% aq.   soln., 50% aq. soln.;GDA;Glutaraldehyde solution, 70% w/w

MF:

C5H8O2

EINECS:

203-856-5

Chemical   Properties:

Light yellow liquid

Purity

98%

Capacity:

1000KG/month

Package

In paper drums /Fluoride drums /plastic drums/IBC Tank ,etc.

Shipment   method :

By Sea,Air,Courier door to door,etc.

Storeage:

Under   room temperature ,keep away from direct sun light

Loading   Port :

China any  port,Beijing,Shanghai,Hongkong

Transportation   condition:

Shipped   as non- dangerous chemicals

 

 

About Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8

Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8, is a disinfectant and medication.

1.  As a disinfectant it is used to sterilize surgical instruments and other areas.2

2.  As a medication it is used to treat warts on the bottom of the feet.

3.  It is applied as a liquid.


Application of Glutaraldehyde CAS NO. 111-30-8


Glutaraldehyde is used in biochemistry applications as an amine-reactive homobifunctional crosslinker and fixative prior to SDS-PAGE, staining, or electron microscopy. It kills cells quickly by crosslinking their proteins and is usually employed alone or mixed with formaldehyde as the first of two fixative processes to stabilize specimens such as bacteria, plant material, and human cells. A second fixative procedure uses osmium tetroxide to crosslink and stabilize cell and organelle membrane lipids. Fixation is usually followed by dehydration of the tissue in ethanol or acetone, followed by embedding in an epoxy resin or acrylic resin.

Another application for treatment of proteins with glutaraldehyde is the inactivation of bacterial toxins to create toxoid vaccines, e.g., the pertussis (whooping cough) toxoid component in the Boostrix Tdap vaccine produced by GlaxoSmithKline.

In a related application, glutaraldehyde is sometimes employed in the tanning of leather and in embalming.

 


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