Alkynyl Palmitic Acid
Alkynyl myristic acid is can be used to identify and characterize the post-translational myristylated proteins Alkynyl palmitic acid (15-hexadecynoic acid or Palmitic acid (15-yne)) is a modified palmitic acid with an ω-terminal alkyne. Alkynyl palmitic acid often used to identify and characterize the post-translational S-palmitoylation of proteins using the powerful click chemistry (see References).
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