Zymolyase or Lyticase

Javier Valdez jvaldez at dqb.fcq.unc.edu.ar
Fri Aug 25 16:13:31 EST 2000


Dear Colleagues

I need to prepare protoplast for  subcellular fractionation experiments,
There are many protocols, some use Zymolyase and others Lyticase from sigma,
I need to buy either product, are there some good reasons not to go for the
(much cheaper) Lyticase ?
I would appreciate any advices on this matter. Thanks a lot



Dr. Javier Valdez-Taubas
Córdoba, Argentina.
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Dr. Javier E. Valdez-Taubas
Dpto. de Quimica Biologica 
CIQUIBIC-CONICET
Fac. de Ciencias Quimicas
Universidad Nacional de Cordoba
5000 Cordoba, ARGENTINA
Tel: 54-351-4334168
FAX: 54-351-4334074
E-mail: Jvaldez at dqbfcq.uncor.edu
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