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Ethanolamine hydrochloride has been used:
in overnight incubation of the tips to attach primary amine groups at the tip surface
in the preparation of DMEM (dulbecco′s modified eagle′s medium)/F-12 media to culture human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) cells derived from MMTV-HER2 transgenic mouse mammary tumors
to administer the cultures to study its effect on the endogenous phosphatidyl ethanolamine pool and autophagy process
Ethanolamine hydrochloride is utilized as a carbon and nitrogen source by bacteria that differs phylogenetically. It exists as phosphotidylethanolamine in the bacterial and mammalian cell membrane. Ethanolamine-ammonia lyase is responsible for the degradation of ethanolamine into acetaldehyde and ammonia. Ethanolamine is known to positively support lipid accumulation in photosynthetic organism model.
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Storage Class Code
11 - Combustible Solids
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