The bis-glucose compounds have a tetradhedral chiral carbon with two polar headgroups (the glucose moieties) and a long hydrophobic fluorinated tail. In this way they resemble the neo-pentyl glycol detergents, such as LMNG that have seen some recent success in structural biology.
  • Compound Name: DDG
  • IUPAC Name: N-(2-methyl-1,3-bis(O-β-D-Glucose)propan-2-yl)-3-(decylthio)propanamide
  • Application: Membrane Protein Extraction
  • Surfactant type: Hydrogenated surfactant with a bis-glucose head group
  • Molecular Formula: C29H55NO13S
  • Molecular Weight: 657.8 g/mol
  • Percent Composition: C (52.95%), H (8.43%), N (2.13%), O (31.62%), S (4.87%)
  • Purity (HPLC, 214nm): ≤95%
  • Retention time (RP18 HPLC): tR = 14.6 min
  • Physical State: White powder
  • Stability: Store in <-20°C freezer for up to one year
  • Solubility: Soluble in water (27  mM), methanol and DMSO
  • Critical Micelle Concentration: 0.54 mM

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DDG 100 mg