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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

$50.11 - $1,409.38

Specifications

Color White
Concentration 3X
Product Name Lysozyme
Format Crystallized, Lyophilized
For Use With (Application) Lysing E. coli and Streptomycetes for extraction purposes such as extracting group specific Antigen
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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Color White
Concentration 3X
Product Name Lysozyme
Format Crystallized, Lyophilized
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.