DMPO is a commonly used as a cell permeable hydrophilic spin trap for studies of superoxide, S-, O-, C- and N- centered free radicals. It has demonstrated neuroprotective properties. When lymphocytes were incubated in the presence of DMPO, DMPO decreased NiCl induced DNA damage.
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Soluble in water, ethanol (~42 mg/ml), methanol, DMSO (~42 mg/ml), and DMF (~42 mg/ml).
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75° C (lit.) at 4 mmHg
1.02 g/mL at 20° C (Predicted)
pKb: 2.47 (Predicted)
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Various publications cite the use of DMPOVarious publications cite the use of DMPO, a cell permeable hydrophilic spin trap, for studies of superoxide, S-, O-, C- and N- centered free radicals. -SCBT Publication Review
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