|IUPAC Name:||2-(cyclohexylamino)ethanesulfonic acid|
N-Cyclohexyltaurine (CAS 103-47-9) is regarded as Good′s buffers for its self-buffering and biocompatible feature. It is used in protein stabilization and does not interact with metals. It was used as a buffer in mannanase activity assay of antarctic fungal isolates. Also, it acted as a component of Wilson and Horne extraction buffer for characterization of rat plasma enzymes.
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