dithiothreitol

(redirected from Cleland reagent)

di·thi·o·thre·i·tol

(dī-thī'ō-thrē-tol),
A donor of thiol groups used in biochemical and pharmacologic studies.
Synonym(s): Cleland reagent

Cleland,

W. Wallace, U.S. biochemist, 1930–.
Cleland reagent - a substance used to reduce disulfide bonds in proteins. Synonym(s): dithiothreitol
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