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  • Proteinase K

    Bioline

    Proteinase K is a highly active serine protease with broad cleavage specificity on native and denatured proteins. Proteinase K is widely used in the purification of native RNA and DNA from tissues or cell lines, as well as for many other applications. Product Highlights High…

  • Proteinase K

    Bio Basic Inc.

    Proteinase K is a highly active and stable protease with low cutting specificity. The enzyme belongs to the group of subtilisine-related serine proteases and is strongly inhibited by PMSF.

  • Proteinase K

    Agilent Genomics

    …purification, Proteinase K is a broad-spectrum protease from Tritirachium album that is ideal for preparing chromosomal DNA. It cleaves peptide bonds where carbonyl groups are surrounded by aromatic, hydrophobic, or aliphatic amino acids. Chromosomal DNA produced using Proteinase K is ideally…

  • Proteinase K

    G-Biosciences

    Proteinase K (also protease K, endopeptidase K, peptidase K or Tritirachiumalkaline phosphatase) (EC 3.4.21.64) is a non-specifc, broad spectrum serine protease that is isolated from the saprophytic fungus Tritirachium album. Proteinase K is routinely used for the purification of target…

  • …activity of Proteinase K is increased in the presence of denaturants such as SDS (1%) and at elevated temperature (50-60°C). The recommended working concentration is 50-100 µg/mL for protein removal and enzyme inactivation and up to 2 mg/mL for tissue treatment. Proteinase K products are…

  • Proteinase K

    Zymo Research Corporation

    Proteinase K is a stable serine protease with broad substrate specificity and will degrade many proteins in their native conformation even in the presence of detergents (e.g., SDS). The enzyme is frequently used in molecular biology applications to digest unwanted proteins such as nucleases from DNA…

  • Proteinase K

    Minerva Biolabs

    Proteinase K is a proteolytic enzyme. The enzyme uses Ca2+ ions for structural stability. Due to the high total activity of the enzyme, lysis can be carried out in the presence of EDTA. Proteinase K is therefore excellently usefull for the extraction of nucleic acids from various biological samples.…

  • Proteinase K

    IBI Scientific

    Proteinase K is a stable >50 mg/ml (power) highly active proteolytic enzyme that is purified from the mold tritirachium album. The enzyme has two binding sites for Ca++, which lie some distance from the active site and is not directly involved in the catalytic mechanism. The high activity of the…

  • Proteinase K

    RPI (Research Products International)

    From Tritirachium album. Serine protease for protolytic inactivation of nucleases during isolation of DNA and RNA.

  • …and amplification in under an hour Optimized for hard to lyse samples such as ear punches and tail snips Proprietary lysis buffer replaces traditional Proteinase K digestion No clean up needed - "dirty" sample used for PCR Includes rAmp Hot Start Taq Polymerase Master Mix

  • Proteinase K Solution

    IBI Scientific

    IBI’s Proteinase K Solution is a stable 20mg/ml highly active proteolytic enzyme that is purified from the mold Tritirachium album. The enzyme has two binding sites for Ca++, which lie some distance from the active site and is not directly involved in the catalytic mechanism. The high activity…

  • Proteinase K 2 ml

    LGC, Biosearch Technologies

    This reagent is designed for use with the MasterPure™ kit protocols only.

  • Proteinase K Solution

    Omega Bio-tek

    Useful for the inactivation of nucleases and lysis during the isolation of DNA and RNA.

  • Proteinase K

    bioWORLD

    A serine proteinase used to inactivate RNAse and DNAse in RNA and DNA isolation protocols. Useful in the study of membrane and protein structure. Proteinase K is a highly active protease (MW 28,500 Da) isolated from the fungus Tritirachium album . The enzyme exhibits broad specificity on…

  • Proteinase K Inhibitor

    MilliporeSigma

  • CAS Number: 39450-01-6 Harmonized Tariff Code:  3507.90 Hazard Statements: H334-H319 May cause allergy or asthma symptoms or breathing difficulties if inhaled. Causes serious eye irritation. Precautionary Statements: P284a-P261-P280-P305+P351+P338-P342+P311-P501a Avoid breathing…

  • PROTEINASE K, LYOPHILIZED

    MilliporeSigma

  • …sections to expose antigen binding sites for antibody labeling. Proteinase K is used in digestion of proteins from brain tissue samples for prions in Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE) research. Proteinase K is a stable and highly reactive serine protease. Evidence from crystal…

  • …substrates are more easily attacked when denatured. In experiment to recover the undigested DNA, proteins were digested with 0.1 mg/ml of proteinase K. Proteinase K is a stable and highly reactive serine protease. Evidence from crystal and molecular structure studies indicates the enzyme belongs…

  • …The Proteinase K, Lyophilized powder can be prepared as a 20 mg/ml stock solution in water and stored in aliquots at -20°C. The enzyme is also available as a ready-to-use concentrated stock solution (600 mAU/ml) that is convenient for routine use in most applications. 1 mg of Proteinase K is the…

  • …Note Activator: To stimulate proteinase K activity, denaturing agents (SDS and urea) can be added. For example, SDS at a final concentration of 2% can increase the activity of proteinase K significantly. Optimization using denaturing agents can increase proteinase activity by as much as sevenfold.…

  • Grade: BiotechGrade CAS No.: 39450-01-6

  • CAS Number: 39450-01-6 Harmonized Tariff Code:  3507.90 Hazard Statements: H334-H335-H315-H319 May cause allergy or asthma symptoms or breathing difficulties if inhaled. May cause respiratory irritation. Causes skin irritation. Causes serious eye irritation. Precautionary Statements: …

  • Fungus-Derived Proteinase K Purified Recombinant is prepared at 20 mg/mL in 10 mM Tris-HCl, 1 mM calcium acetate, pH 7.5 containing 50% glycerol. This Molecular Biology Grade Proteinase K solution is extremely effective on native proteins and can be used to rapidly inactivate endogenous nucleases…

  • Proteinase K is specifically formulated for molecular cloning, nucleic acid research and protein/peptide structural analysis. One unit liberates one µmole of Folin positive amino acids, measured as tyrosine, at 37° C at pH 7.5 using urea denatured hemoglobin as the substrate. Recommended…

  • Proteinase K with Storage Buffer Set

    Zymo Research Corporation

    Proteinase K is a stable serine protease with broad substrate specificity and will degrade many proteins in their native conformation even in the presence of detergents (e.g., SDS). The enzyme is frequently used in molecular biology applications to digest unwanted proteins such as nucleases…

  • lyophilized powder, BioUltra, ≥30 units/mg protein, for molecular biology Synonym(s): Endopeptidase K MDL Number: MFCD00132129 Storage: −20°C

  • …Description By combining Proteinase K lysis with the speed and convenience of silica membrane purification, ISOLATE II Genomic DNA Kit provides a fast method for the purification of high-quality genomic DNA from a variety of starting materials. By combining Proteinase K lysis with the speed…

  • Proteinase K, >30 mAnson U/mg, 100 mg

  • K Lyophilized Powder, ≥ 30 U/mg, Recombinant (Yeast). Proteinase K, a broad-spectrum serine protease, is first extracted and purified from Engyodontium album. It is named Proteinase K because it can degrade Keratin. The crystallization and molecular structure of Proteinase K

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