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Enzymatic Assay of Ficin (EC 3.4.22.3)

This procedure may be used for all Ficin products. The spectrophotometric stop rate detemination (A280, Light path = 1 cm) is based on the following reaction: Unit Definition = One unit of ficin will produce a ΔA280 of 1.0 per minute at pH 7.0 at 37 °C when measuring TCA soluble products from casein...

Enzymatic Assay of Protease Using Casein As a Substrate

• • Download PDF • To standardize a procedure for the enzymatic assay of Protease using Casein as a substrate at Sigma-Aldrich St. Louis. P4630, P4755, P0384, P5380, P7431, P6141, P1512, P9040, P5147, P5647, P8775, P7026, P4032, P8038, P8298, P2789, P4789, P6670, P3910, P4806, and any specified impu...

General Protease Substrates - Proteolytic Enzymes and Substrates

Sigma-Aldrich Online Catalog Product List: General Protease Substrates

Casein and Other Milk Proteins - Proteins and Derivatives

Sigma-Aldrich Online Catalog Product List: Casein and Other Milk Proteins

Proteolytic Enzymes Substrates Procedures

Substrate Product # Substrate Procedure C0528 Casein fluorescein isothiocyanate from bovine milk, Type III Fluorometric Protease Assay (PDF 75.3 KB) C3777 Casein fluorescein isothiocyanate from bovine milk, Type II Fluorometric Protease Assay (PDF 75.3 KB) C7078 Casein bovine milk, Technical Grade C...

Universal Protease Activity Assay: Casein as a Substrate [VIDEO]

A. Abstract Proteases break peptide bonds. It is often necessary to measure and/or compare the activity of proteases. Our non-specific protease activity assay may be used as a standardized procedure to determine the activity of proteases, which is what we do during our quality control procedures. In...

Universal Protease Activity Assay: Casein as a Substrate

A. Abstract Proteases break peptide bonds. It is often necessary to measure and/or compare the activity of proteases. This non-specific protease activity assay may be used as a standardized procedure to determine the activity of proteases for quality control purposes. In this assay, casein acts as a...