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We are sorry, but this product is discontinued.
For a compatible replacement, contact Technical Service for assistance or go to the rLys-C, Mass Spec Grade product page.
Endoproteinase Lys-C is a sequencing grade serine protease isolated from Lysobacter enzymogenes as a highly purified protease that hydrolyzes specifically at the carboxyl side of Lys. Lys-C activity is optimal in the pH range of 7.0–9.0. This sequencing grade enzyme can be used alone or in combination with other proteases to produce protein digests for peptide mapping applications or protein identification by peptide mass fingerprinting or MS/MS spectral matching. It is suitable for digestion reactions in-solution or in-gel.
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A mixture of Trypsin Gold, Mass Spec Grade, and rLys-C, Mass Spec Grade, designed to improve digestion of proteins or protein mixtures in solution.
V5071, V5072, V5073
Yeast and human protein extracts for mass spec applications such as instrument monitoring.
V7461, V7341, V6951, V6941
For improved in-gel digestion and protein solubilization.
Cleaves at the carboxyl side of lysines. Retains proteolytic activity under denaturing conditions such as 8M urea, used with proteolytically resistant proteins.
Quick, convenient method for digesting a range of purified protein or complex protein mixture concentrations.
Hydrolyze peptide bonds on the N-terminal side of aspartic and cysteic acid residues (Asp and Cys).
Cleaves at the C-terminus of either aspartic or glutamic acid residues and has optimal activity at pH of 4.0–9.0.
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