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Trypsin is a pancreatic serine protease with a specificity for
peptide bonds involving the carboxyl group of the basic amino acids, arginine and lysine. Trypsin is one of the most highly specific proteases known, although it also exhibits some esterase and amidase activity.
Purified trypsin alone is usually ineffective for tissue dissociation since it shows little selectivity for extracellular proteins. Combinations of purified trypsin and other enzymes such as elastase and/or collagenase have proven effective for dissociation.*
* Text is quoted from the Worthington Enzyme Manual.
|Trypsin, Partially Purified||TL||≥150 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Trypsin||TRL||≥180 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Trypsin, TRL3||TRL3||≥180 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|
|Trypsin, 0.22µ Filtered||TRLS||≥180 units per mg protein (at least 10,350 BAEE/3,450 USP/NF u/mg P)||Bovine Pancreas|
|Trypsin, 2X, Sterile, Irradiated||TRLVMF||≥180 units per mg protein (at least 10,350 BAEE/3450 USP/NF units per mg protein)||Bovine Pancreas|
|Trypsin, TPCK Treated||TRTPCK||≥ 180 u/mg P (10,350 BAEE/3,450 USP/NF u/mgP)||Bovine Pancreas|
|Trypsin, TPCK-Treated, Irradiated||TRTVMF||≥180 units per mg protein||Bovine Pancreas|