Enzymes

Enzymes are proteins that catalyze chemical reactions in the body. They are essential for many functions such as digestion, metabolism, cell growth and cell division. Enzymes work by binding to specific substrates, changing their shape, and allowing chemical reactions to occur more easily. There are thousands of different enzymes in the body, each with a specific function and structure. Enzymes can be classified into several groups, such as hydrolases, oxidoreductases, transferases, and lyases, based on the types of reactions they catalyze.

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  1. Mouse LIF protein [orb527079]

    E. coli Ser24-Phe203

    19.8KD

    No

  2. Mouse TNF alpha protein [orb527073]

    E. coli L81-L235

    17.2KD

    No

  3. Mouse FGF2 protein [orb527075]

    E. coli P10-S154

    16.3KD

    No

    100 μg
  4. Mouse FGF7 protein [orb527082]

    E. coli cys32-thr194

    18.7KD

    No

    100 μg
  5. Human Activated Protein C [orb90033]

    56,000 daltons

    > 99.0% as determined by RP-HPLC and analysis by SDS-PAGE.

    No

    100 μg
  6. Immobilized Trypsin enzyme [orb761069]
    1 g
  7. Immobilized Trypsin enzyme [orb761067]
    1 mg, 5 mg, 20 mg
  8. Immobilized Thrombin enzyme [orb761062]
    0.2 mg, 1 mg, 5 mg, 25 mg
  9. Immobilized Lys-c enzyme [orb760201]
    500 mg
  10. Immobilized Lys-c enzyme [orb760199]
    1 mg, 5 mg

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