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CAS Number: 86701-10-2
NBD-ceramide analog used to detect, at the cellular level, a variety of lysosomal storage diseases as well as intracellular distribution and transport of the labeled sphingolipid molecules in living cells.
Ceramides are the biological building blocks of more complex sphingolipids. Metabolism of ceramides typically occurs in Golgi and endoplasmic reticulum membranes.
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