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Oxidation technology

In terms of organic chemistry, oxidation is defined as a reaction which causes carbon to lose electron density. This can be caused by a carbon atom forming a bond with a more electronegative atom (e.g. oxygen, nitrogen), or breaking a bond with a less electronegative atom (e.g. hydrogen).

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BPC-303

CAS Number: 1445085-82-4

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Pd-149

CAS Number: 1233717-68-4

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LDH-4

Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) catalyses the reduction of pyruvate to either (R)- or (S)- lactate, while oxidising in turn NADH to NAD+, which is then regenerated using glucose dehydrogenase (GDH).

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AlaDH-6

Alanine dehydrogenase (AlaDH) catalyses the reductive amination of pyruvate to L-alanine.

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RTA-105

Description: (R)-Transaminase 105

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RTA-103

Description: (R)-Transaminase 103

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RTA-104

Description: (R)-Transaminase 104

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Precious metal and precision micromachined components

Medical device companies need a partner who can offer high quality, comprehensive solutions, to help manufacturers develop competitive technologies that are first to market.

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Nitinol products

Johnson Matthey is a leader in large diameter, thin wall and microlumen Nitinol tubing, commonly used in catheters, stents, and superelastic needles.

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