Choline chloride is an essential nutrient commonly found in eggs, chicken, and number of other foods. Choline chloride is soluble in aqueous solution at 3.7 mg/mL.
|Mechanism of Action||Choline serves as a precursor component to two major cell membrane components: phosphatidylcholine and sphingomyelin. In addition, choline also functions as a methyl group donor to several different substrates.|
|Microbiology Applications||Because of its role in normal cellular processes, choline chloride can be used as a cell culture media supplement.|
|Impurities||Arsenic: ≤2ppm |
Limit of Amines: ≤0.001%
Individual Impurity: ≤0.3%
Total Impurities: ≤2.0%
Organic Volatile Impurities: Meets requirements