2-mercaptoethanol and DTT

Achim Recktenwald, PhD ARecktenwald at StressGen.com
Thu Jun 3 16:20:35 EST 1999


I am looking for some time already for a paper/book/some other source that
contains a list of redox potentials for severl/many of the commonly used
reduction compounds.

Does anybody know of such a listing?

Cheers,

Achim



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Louis Hom <lhom at OCF.Berkeley.EDU> wrote in message
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>
> DTT is reportedly (ref, Calbiochem) a stronger reducing agent.  It's sort
> of an interesting story -- Cleland designed DTT so it would form a
> six-membered ring when oxidized;  i.e., formation of the ring/oxidized
> form is favored.  clever.
> --
>
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