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Thermo Scientific™ Pierce™ Human Rinovirus 3C Protease (HRV 3C)

Remove fusion tags from proteins with the HRV 3C cleavage sequence with this recombinant cysteine protease that is dual tagged for easy removal from the sample after cleavage.

$436.80 - $3,853.50

Specifications

Description Pierce HRV 3C Protease
Formulation Three-component kit
Kit Contents GST-Syk Fusion Protein (1µg/µL), 25µL
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PI88946

 
thermo scientific™
88946
Each for $436.80

PI88947

 
thermo scientific™
88947
Each for $3,853.50
Description & Specifications

Specifications

Description Pierce HRV 3C Protease
Formulation Three-component kit
Kit Contents GST-Syk Fusion Protein (1µg/µL), 25µL

Remove fusion tags from proteins with the HRV 3C cleavage sequence with Thermo Scientific™ Pierce Human Rhinovirus (HRV) 3C Protease, a recombinant cysteine protease that is dual tagged for easy removal from the sample after cleavage.


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Pierce HRV 3C Protease is highly specific for the recognition sequence Leu-Glu-Val-Leu-Phe-Gln▾Gly-Pro and cleaves after the glutamine residue. The recombinant enzyme is engineered as a fusion protein with glutathione-S-transferase (GST) and polyhistidine (6xHis) tags, so that the protease can be easily removed after cleavage using a variety of solid supports with immobilized glutathione (GSH) or metal chelates, respectively. HRV3C is also active in a variety of commonly used buffers, providing further flexibility in experimental design.

Highlights:

  • Effective – HRV 3C is designed to remove purification tags from your protein of interest

  • High activity at 4°

    C – activity is ≥2000U/mg control protein; one unit will cleave 0.1mg control protein at 4°C after 16h

  • Flexible – dual-tagged enzyme is compatible with various columns and buffers

Includes:

Kit contains protease, cleavage buffer and control protein.

Recommended for:

Removal of purification tags from fusion proteins