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71230 Lysonase™ Bioprocessing Reagent

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Catalog NumberPackaging Qty/Pack
71230-3 Glass bottle 0.2 ml
71230-4 Plastic ampoule 1 ml

Lysonase™ Bioprocessing Reagent is an optimized, ready-to-use blend of rLysozyme™ Solution and Benzonase Nuclease. rLysozyme Solution contains a highly purified and stabilized recombinant lysozyme with specific activity 250 times greater than that of chicken egg white lysozyme. Benzonase Nuclease is a genetically engineered nonspecific endonuclease that degrades all forms of DNA and RNA (single stranded, double stranded, circular, linear), reducing extract viscosity and increasing protein yield. The combined activities of rLysozyme and Benzonase Nuclease significantly increase protein extraction efficiency and facilitate downstream processing of protein extracts. For efficient protein extraction with BugBuster® Protein Extraction Reagent, use 10 µl Lysonase per 1 g cell paste. For efficient protein extraction with PopCulture® Reagent, add 2 µl Lysonase per 1 ml culture. Store at –20°C.

Catalogue Number71230
Brand Family Novagen®
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Quality LevelMQ400
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Ship Code Blue Ice Only
Toxicity Standard Handling
Storage -20°C
Do not freeze Ok to freeze
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Catalog Number GTIN
71230-3 07790788053116
71230-4 04055977271195


Lysonase™ Bioprocessing Reagent Certificates of Analysis

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  • Johannes Mullegger, et al. (2005) Engineering of a thioglycoligase: randomized mutagenesis of the acid-base residue leads to the identification of improved catalysts. Protein Engineering Design and Selection 18, 33-40.
  • Dirk Hoffmeister and Jon S. Thorson. (2004) Mechanistic implications of Escherichia coli galactokinase structure-based engineering. ChemBioChem 5, 989-992.
  • Dirk Hoffmeister, et al. (2003) Creation of the first anomeric D/L-sugar kinase by means of directed evolution. Procedings of the National Academy of Science 100, 13184-13189.
  • User Protocols

    TB361 Lysonase™ Bioprocessing Reagent