Digoxigenin

Digoxigenin (DIG) is a steroid found exclusively in the flowers and leaves of the plants Digitalis purpurea, Digitalis orientalis and Digitalis lanata (foxgloves), where it is attached to sugars, to form the glycosides (e.g. Lanatoside C). == Use in biotechnology == Digoxigenin is a hapten, a small molecule with high Antigenicity (not to be confus...
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digoxigenin

A plant steroid hormone which, when combined with a probe biomolecule, can be used to attract antibodies in certain probe systems. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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digoxigenin

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī-joks′ĭ-jen-in Definitions: 1. The aglycon of digoxin that is joined by 3 moles of digitoxose to form the glycoside, digoxin.
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