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The iodoacetate anion is an alkylating agent which acts on cysteine residues in proteins. It is often used to modify SH-groups to prevent the re-formation of disulfide bonds after the reduction of cystine residues to cysteine during protein sequencing.
The protonated form of iodoacetate is often called monoiodoacetic acid or simply iodoacetic acid.
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