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MP Biomedicals Lysozyme from Chicken Egg White, 20,000U/mg

Hydrolyzes b-1,4 glucosidic linkages between N-acetylmuramic acid and N-acetylglucosamine which occur in mucopeptide cell wall structure of certain microorganisms, such as Micrococcus lysodeikticus

$49.26 - $1,458.14

Specifications

Color White
Product Name Lysozyme
For Use With (Application) Lysing E. coli and Streptomycetes for extraction purposes such as extracting group specific Antigen
Inhibitors Surface-active reagents such as Dodecyl Sulfate, Alcohols and Fatty Acids, Imidazole and Indole derivatives are inhibitors via formation of change-transfer complexes
Molecular Weight 14388
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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Color White
Product Name Lysozyme
For Use With (Application) Lysing E. coli and Streptomycetes for extraction purposes such as extracting group specific Antigen
Inhibitors Surface-active reagents such as Dodecyl Sulfate, Alcohols and Fatty Acids, Imidazole and Indole derivatives are inhibitors via formation of change-transfer complexes
Molecular Weight 14388
pH 11
Source Chicken egg white
Storage Requirements 0°C

  • Synonyms: Muramidase, Mucopeptide N-acetylmuramoylhydrolase
  • CAS Number: 9001-63-2
  • EC Number: 232-620-4
  • MDL Number: MFCD00131557
  • Format: 3X crystallized, salt-Free, albumin-Free, lyophilized
  • Specific Activity: ≤20,000U/mg solid
  • Extinction Coefficient (E1%): 26.4 (280 nm)
  • Isoelectric point (pI): pH 11.0
  • pH: 3.6

Used for lysing E. coli and Streptomycetes for extraction purposes such as extracting group specific antigen. Also acts as germinative agent of bacterial spores. In humans, lysozyme may mediate anti-tumor function of macrophages. Cartilage lysozyme has a role in cartilage calcification.