Glucuronides, abbreviated as APG, is a kind of sugar ligand with glucose as the sugar component, which has a structure in which various ligands are combined with glucose reducing group. Glucoside exists in many forms in nature, such as alkyl glucoside, polyethylene glycol glucoside and pistil isoflavone glucoside. Among them, alkyl glucoside is the most widely used anionic surfactant. Alkyl glucoside has the advantages of high surface activity, high viscosity, delicacy and stability, and has obvious synergistic effect when mixed with other surfactants. At the same time, it has a strong ability to disperse calcium soap, so it can be used in hard water. Moreover, the stimulation of alkyl glucosides on epidermis, mucosa and living cells was very low; It is easy to be biodegraded in the natural environment and has less environmental pollution. APG is condensed from starch or its hydrolyzed sugar and fatty alcohol. Its raw materials come from a wide range of sources, which has attracted more and more attention in recent years.
|Cat No.||Product Name||CAS No.||Purity||Order|
|C000549||Aloe Emodin 1-Glucoside||266997-58-4||≥ 95%||Inquiry|
|C000550||Glycodeoxycholic Acid (2,2,4,4-d4)||1069132-37-1||≥ 95%||Inquiry|
|C000551||Indoxyl b-D-Glucuronide CHA Salt, IBDG||216971-58-3||≥ 95%||Inquiry|
|C000552||Phenolphthalein Glucuronide, Sodium Salt||6820-54-8||≥ 95%||Inquiry|
|M003229||D-FRUCTOSE 1-PHOSPHATE SODIUM SALT||103213-46-3||≥ 95%||Inquiry|