5-Fluoroanthranilic Acid is used for the counterselection of TRP1. It is a commonly used genetic marker in the yeast Saccharoyces Cerevisiae. An antimetabolite for the tryptophan pathway in yeast, and is toxic via its antimetabolite conversion to 5-Fluorotryptophan.
Toyn, J.H., et al.: Yeast, 16, 553, 560 (2000)
Soluble in water (partly), methanol, DMSO, and ethanol.
Store at -20° C
181-183° C (lit.)
n20D 1.61 (Predicted)
For Research Use Only. Not Intended for Diagnostic or Therapeutic Use.
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Various publications cite the use of 5Various publications cite the use of 5-Fluoroanthranilic Acid as a counter-selection of TRP1. It is a commonly used genetic marker in yeast Saccharoyces Cerevisiae. -SCBT Publication Review
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