Immobilized Trypsin | IVD Technology
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Immobilized Trypsin is TPCK-treated trypsin immobilized on 4% agarose. It helps to eliminate contamination of protein digests by the enzyme and is readily removed by separating the agarose from the digestion solution. The TPCK treatment inactivates the interfering chymotrypsin activity. A serine endopeptidase, trypsin cleaves peptide bonds on the carboxy side of s-aminoethyl cysteine, arginine, and lysine residues. View full resource at ivdtechnology.com
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