HaloTEV Protease is a fusion between the HaloTag® protein and TEV protease, a highly specific proteolytic enzyme that cleaves at a specific TEV site, a specific seven-amino-acid sequence (ENLYFQ(G/S)). HaloTEV Protease enables covalent immobilization on HaloLink™ Resin and removal from a cleavage reaction in a single-step purification. The covalent capture of HaloTEV Protease improves purity of the final target protein and assures the improved recovery of the TEV protease.
It's easy to remove HaloTEV from your purified protein with HaloLink™ Resin.
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