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Sodium L-lactate

Sodium L-lactate is a sodium salt of lactic acid. It is produced from pyruvate during anaerobic glycolysis and in proliferatively active cells as a result of reaction with the enzyme lactate dehydrogenase. Used as a food additive, it acts as a preservative, acidity regulator, and bulking agent. Also used in cleaning supplies like shampoo and soap, and can be used to treat arrhythmias, as a pressor sympathomimetic, and to prevent and control metabolic acidosis.

Catalog No. Size Price Quantity
92-1209 10 mg $53.00

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Description
Sodium L-lactate
Compound Type
Agonist
Storage
2-8°C
Source
Synthetic
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