69066 Recombinant Enterokinase

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          OverviewRecombinant Enterokinase (rEK) is a highly purified preparation of the catalytic subunit of bovine enterokinase, a serine protease which recognizes the identical cleavage site as the native enzyme (AspAspAspAspLys↓) and has similar enzymatic activity. This enzyme is produced in E. coli and purified to yield the highest activity available, and is qualified for specific cleavage of appropriate fusion proteins. Supplied as a solution in 50% glycerol. EC 3.4.21.9, M.W. 26,300.
          Catalogue Number69066
          Brand Family Novagen®
          References
          ReferencesCollins-Racie, L.A. et al. 1995. Bio/Technology 13, 982.
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          Unit of DefinitionOne unit is defined as the amount of enzyme that will cleave 50 µg of fusion protein in 16 hours at 23°C, in a buffer containing 20 mM Tris-HCl pH 7.4, 50 mM NaCl, 2 mM CaCl₂.
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          Toxicity Multiple Toxicity Values, refer to MSDS
          Storage -20°C
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          Do not freeze Ok to freeze
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          Collins-Racie, L.A. et al. 1995. Bio/Technology 13, 982.

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