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CellPrime® rTrypsin

recombinant Trypsin (powder)

Synonym: CellPrime® rTrypsin, Parenzyme

  • CAS Number 9002-07-7

  •  EC Index Number 232-650-8

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Quality Level   500
form   powder
pH   5 (20 °C, 10 g/L in H2O)
solubility   10 g/L
bulk density   200 kg/m3
storage conditions   Store at +2°C to +8°C.

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CellPrime® rTrypsin is recombinantly expressed by a synthetic DNA construct that encodes the porcine gene sequence in the yeast Pichia pastoris. It is manufactured in accordance with good manufacturing practice (GMP) guidelines in a dedicated state-of-theart production facility that meets non-animal origin requirements.

As such, CellPrime® rTrypsin does not contain components of animal origin in either the Master Cell Bank (MCB), Working Cell Bank (WCB), raw materials for production, manufacturing process, or the final product.

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CellPrime is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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