• 22 MAY 20
    GITC

    GITC

    Application Guanidinium thiocyanate or guanidinium isothiocyanate (GITC) is a chemical compound used as a general protein denaturant, being a chaotropic agent, although it is most commonly used as a nucleic acid protector in the extraction of DNA and RNA from cells. GITC may also be recognized as guanidine thiocyanate. This is because guanidinium is the conjugate acid of guanidine and is called the guanidinium cation, [CH6N3]+.

    Synonyms Acide thiocyanique – guanidine (1:1) [French]; Guanidine isothiocyanate; Guanidine thiocyanate; Guanidinium rhodanide; Guanidinium thiocyanate; Guandine thiocyanate; GUANIDINE MONOTHIOCYANATE; Isothiocyanic acid; Thiocyanate; Thiocyanic acid

    CAS Number 593-84-0 | EINECS 209-812-1 | Beilstein Registry Number 3563461 | MDL Number MFCD00013027 |Molecular Formula C2H6N4S | Molecular Weight 118.161

    SMILES C(#N)S.C(=N)(N)N

    StdInChI InChI=1S/CH5N3.CHNS/c2-1(3)4;2-1-3/h(H5,2,3,4);3H

    StdInChIKey ZJYYHGLJYGJLLN-UHFFFAOYSA-N

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