Protease K is a serine protease with efficient enzymatic activity and broad substrate specificity, preferentially breaking down ester and peptide bonds adjacent to the C-terminus of hydrophobic, sulfur-containing, and aromatic amino acids, and is often used to degrade proteins to produce short peptides. It has the typical catalytic triad Asp39-His69-Ser224 characteristic of serine proteases and has two Ca2+ binding sites around the active center to increase its stability, allowing it to maintain high enzymatic activity under a wider range of conditions.
|Appearance||Colorless to light brown liquid|
|Specific activity||≥800 U/mL|
|Deoxyribonuclease activity||Deoxyribonuclease activity not detected|
|Ribonuclease activity||Ribonuclease activity not detected|
1. Genetic diagnostic kits.
2. RNA and DNA extraction kits.
3. Extraction of non-protein components from tissues, degradation of protein-like impurities, such as DNA
vaccine and heparin preparation.
4. Preparation of chromosomal DNA for pulse electrophoresis.
5. Protein blotting.
6. Development and mass production of enzymatic glycated albumin reagents for IVD reagents.
Wear protective gloves and goggles, and keep well ventilated. The product may cause allergic skin reactions.