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Trypsin solution from porcine pancreas

1 ×, sterile-filtered, BioReagent, suitable for cell culture, 2.5 g porcine trypsin per liter in Hanks′ Balanced Salt Solution with phenol red

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Related Categories Analytical and Industrial Enzymes, Application Index, Biochemicals and Reagents, Cell Biology, Cell Culture,
Quality Level   GMP
sterility   sterile-filtered
product line   BioReagent
concentration   1 ×
impurities   Porcine parvovirus, none detected (9 CFR)
pH-range   7.0 - 7.6
suitability   suitable for cell culture
shipped in   dry ice
storage temp.   −20°C

Description

Biochem/physiol Actions

Trypsin cleaves peptides on the C-terminal side of lysine and arginine residues. The rate of hydrolysis of this reaction is slowed if an acidic residue is on either side of the cleavage site and hydrolysis is stopped if a proline residue is on the carboxyl side of the cleavage site. The optimal pH for trypsin activity is 7-9. Trypsin can also act to cleave ester and amide linkages of synthetic derivatives of amino acids. EDTA is added to trypsin solutions as a chelating agent that neutralizes calcium and magnesium ions that obscure the peptide bonds on which trypsin acts. Removing these ions increases the enzymatic activity.

Serine protease inhibitors, including DFP, TLCK, APMSF, AEBSEF, and aprotinin, amongst others, will inhibit Trypsin.

Caution

This product should be stored frozen at -20°C

Preparation Note

This is a 2.5 g/L porcine trypsin solution in Hank′s Balanced Salt Solution with phenol red.

Unit Definition

One BAEE unit will produce a A253 of 0.001 per minute at pH 7.6 at 25°C using BAEE as a substrate.

Application

Trypsin solution from porcine pancreas has been used for keratinocyte isolation and staining. It has also been used as a component of CMF-Steinberg′s solution to replace heart tissues after centrifugation in a study to culture embryonic cardiomyocytes from Mexican axolotl.

For trypsin digestion of peptides, use a ratio of about 1:100 to 1:20 for trypsin:peptide. The typical use for this product is in removing adherent cells from a culture surface. The concentration of trypsin necessary to dislodge cells from their substrate is dependent primarily on the cell type and the age of the culture. Trypsins have also been used for the re-suspension of cells during cell culture, in proteomics research for digestion of proteins and in various in-gel digestions. Additional applications include assessing crystallization by membrane-based techniques and in a study to determine that protein folding rates and yields can be limited by the presence of kinetic traps.

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Protocols & Articles

Protocols

Removal of Adherent Cells from Culture Surface Using Trypsin

Trypsin may be used to remove adherent cells from a culture surface. Cells are most commonly removed from the culture substrate by treatment with trypsin or trypsin/EDTA solutions. Trypsin concentrat...

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