Proteinase K, produced by the fungus Tritirachium album Limber, is a serine protease that exhibits broad cleavage activity. It cleaves at the carboxylic acid side of aliphatic, aromatic, or hydrophobic amino acids. Proteinase K is capable of inactivating RNases and DNases and is used in the isolation or preparation of high molecular weight nucleic acids. Proteinase K is stable in a wide variety of detergents and buffer salts and at various temperatures and pH.
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- Weight: 28.5 KD
- Activity: ≥30 U/mg
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