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AC1NRJQF     triphenylphosphanium

Synonyms: Triphenylphosphanium
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  • Mitochondrial proteins that have been modified are identified by decreased labeling with IBTP using two-dimensional SDS-PAGE followed by immunoblotting with an antibody directed against the triphenylphosphonium moiety of the IBTP molecule [13].
  • After cleavage and deprotection of the PNA from the resin, the presence of the TPP group resulted in a clean separation of radioiodinated PNA from unlabeled PNA, yielding a high-specific activity probe in a single HPLC run [14].


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