PAPAIN

John Brunstein brunstei at UNIXG.UBC.CA
Sat Jun 25 14:20:04 EST 1994


	And here I thought papain was a cysteine protease....if that's 
what you're referring to, it is comercially available from Boehringer and 
perhaps other sources as well.  (I have no affiliation blah blah etc.)

On 25 Jun 1994, Dinesh Haryadi wrote:

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> 	Does anyone know where I can obtain information concerning
> 	"PAPAIN" , its production, refinement , etc.
> 	(2 x Recrystallized papain is used as a chemical reagent and
> 	medicine) It is the dried latex of green papaya.
>                       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (?)
> 	Your suggestions and pointers are appreciated in advance.
> 
> 	-Dinesh Haryadi
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