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Re: How stable is ATP in acidic (~pH 5) and alkaline (~pH 9) solution?

Date: Sun Jul 4 11:33:59 1999
Posted By: Artem Evdokimov, PhD student, Structural Biology (Chemistry)
Area of science: Biochemistry
ID: 930203320.Bc

Dear User,

You can look up previously reported crystallization conditions from the
Crystallization Database,
I have seen an example of ATP used at pH 4.6, 6.8, 7.4

I wouldn't venture too far into the basic pH region though.

I am sure that recent Merck's would have pH stability region for ATP.

Hope it helps,


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