Stable isotope-labeled compounds are used as environmental pollutant standards for the detection of air, water, soil, sediment and food.
In addition to treating various diseases, isotopes are used for imaging, diagnosis, and newborn screening.
Small molecule compounds labeled with stable isotopes can be used as chemical reference for chemical identification, qualitative, quantitative, detection, etc. Various types of NMR solvents can be used to study the structure, reaction mechanism and reaction kinetics of compounds.
Stable isotope labeling allows researchers to study metabolic pathways in vivo in a safe manner.
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Nitrogen is an important life element that affects the metabolism of organisms and is widely distributed in nature. There are two natural isotopes of nitrogen, nitrogen-14 (14N) and nitrogen-15 (15N). Nitrogen-14 is the most common nitrogen isotope (non-radioactive) and makes up 99% of natural nitrogen. Nitrogen-15 is a rare nitrogen stable isotope (non-radioactive). In addition, because all radioisotopes of nitrogen have short half-lives, the longest-lived nitrogen-13 has a half-life of only a few minutes. Thus, there is no suitable radioisotope for nitrogen as a tracer atom. The stable isotope nitrogen-15 has stable performance, and its content can be accurately detected by mass spectrometry and emission spectroscopy. Therefore, nitrogen-15 can be used as a tracer atom of nitrogen compounds and has been widely used in many fields such as agriculture, biomedicine, environmental science, etc.
Nitrogen-15 labeled compound refers to using the stable isotope nitrogen-15 instead of the original nitrogen in the compound. Nitrogen-15 is the only applicable tracer in biomedical experiments. Nitrogen-15 labeled amino acids, peptides, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, lipids, steroids, and other compounds are widely used in medicine, life sciences, environmental sciences, agricultural research and other fields.