POS Bio-Sciences has developed a method to isolate and purify Benzyl Glucosinolate from nasturtium flower seeds. Nasturtiums are a flowering plant from the order Brassicales, which also includes canola, radish, watercress, and broccoli. A common characteristic of many members of the Brassicales order is the production of glucosinolate (mustard oil) compounds when plant material is chewed, cut or otherwise damaged.
Glucotropaeolin is a stable, non-hygroscopic material with a purity of >95%, and is commonly used as a standard for glucosinolate analysis.
To purchase benzyl glucosinolate standard, please contact POS Analytical Services at email@example.com. Visit the POS Bio-Sciences website at www.pos.ca for a full listing of our analytical capabilities.