roland.hubner at ua.ac.be
Mon Aug 13 09:12:05 EST 2001
>>I am wondering if there are proteases or proteinases which can survive
>>at higher temperature (80oC).
>Umpteen from hyperthermophilic archaea i.e. proteases that survive 100C
>plus. Problem is that I doubt any are commercially available.
Fung, M & Y. Fung NAR 19, 4300 (1991): featuring broad-spectrum serine
protease with max. activity at 75°C.
Trademark of Pacific Enzymes -> sold for instance by Life Tech ->
perhaps still by Invitrogen, although they appear to stop several LT
I predict that it will survive a couple of minutes above 80°C and that
this is enough for your objectives ;^)
Hope this helps,
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