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What are Biochemicals?

What are Biochemicals?

Posted by Mark L. Nelson, Ph.D on 26th Aug 2022

Biochemical compounds make up the cells and other structures of organisms and carry out life processes. Most biochemical compounds are very large molecules called polymers, built of repeating units of smaller compounds called monomers. There are millions of different biochemical compounds but they all contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Most can be classified under four major classes: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. We offer various biochemicals from adenine, cytosine, thymidine, guanosine derivatives, and compounds for NAD/NADH, medical and nutrition research.

We provide agaroses, agars and reagents that come in a variety grades for molecular biology, and we house a wide array of EDTA metal chelators, biotin labels and stains, and other labelling reagents for cellular detection and histopathology. In addition, we carry an array of primary and secondary antibodies, labelled antibodies, and a series of enzymes and PCR reagents for the biology laboratory.

Commonly used biochemicals in our catalog include:

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