Trypsin is a serine protease that is usually used in biochemistry and biology as an important enzymatic reagent. This method produces a highly purified trypsin product suitable for proteomics research. Proteomics Grade ideal for use in both solution and in-gel tryptic digestions. Trypsin, a serine protease, is present in the digestive system of several vertebrates.
Trypsin is routinely used in proteomics research for peptide mapping and protein sequence work, due to its highly specific cleavage resulting in a limited number of tryptic peptides. It hydrolyzes peptide bonds specifically at the carboxyl side of arginine and lysine residues.. The enzyme also exhibits esterase and amidase activities. Trypsin acts as a cell culture tool. It is used to hydrolyze allergenic proteins to produce hypoallergenic milk in industries.