sequence-specific protease

Randall Tyers tyersome at toxic
Wed Nov 4 15:21:23 EST 1992


In article <40498 at sdcc12.ucsd.edu> wsun at jeeves.ucsd.edu (Fiberman) writes:
>Hello, netters
>I was wondering if there are commercially available proteases
>that act like restrction enzymes, ie. they cut at a specific
>site by recognizing a specific sequence of amino acids.
Factor Xa cleaves after the Arg of the sequence Ile-Glu-Gly-Arg
and cyanogen bromide cleaves after Met
I'm sure both are commercially available ...
For more info try checking "Molecular cloning" by Sambrook et.al.
which is where I got this info

Randall Tyers



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