kretzner at usd.edu
Mon May 24 11:21:20 EST 1999
Tobias - Not sure about during fermentation, but perhaps the cheapest
protease inhibitor is EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra aceate), as in the food
preservative. You can get it from Sigma Chemical, or other such places, as a
sodium salt. It won't go into solution until the pH is ~8 (basic). Also from
them would be PMSF, which needs to be dissolved in ethanol. Don't remember
exact costs. Good luck. Leo Kretzner (kretzner at usd.edu)
Tobias Rasse wrote in message <2B461007393 at h2o.eq.ufrj.br>...
>Do you know anything about Protease Inhibition methods during the
>Do you know cheap Protease Inhibitores.
>Please mail everthing to me.
>Thanks a lot.
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