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Chymotrypsin is a protease which preferentially catalyzes the hydrolysis of peptide bonds
involving the aromatic amino acids tyrosine, phenylalanine, and tryptophan. In addition it acts upon the peptide bonds of leucyl, methionyl, asparagenyl and glutamyl residues, and the amides and esters of susceptible amino acids.
Chymotrypsin is used to a limited extent in tissue dissociation, usually in combination with trypsin and elastase.*
* Text is quoted from the Worthington Enzyme Manual.
|Chymotrypsin, Alpha, 1X||CDAG||≥35 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Chymotrypsin, Alpha, 3X||CDI||≥45 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Chymotrypsin, Alpha, Purified||CDS||≥45 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Chymotrypsin, Alpha, TLCK Treated, Sequencing Grade||CDSEQ||≥ 45 u/mgP||Bovine Pancreas|
|Chymotrypsin, Alpha, TLCK Treated||CDTLCK||≥45 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Chymotrypsinogen A, Purified||CGC||Activates to at least 45 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|