Merck SOLu-Trypsin enzyme for mass spectrometry

20:00 EDT 2 Jul 2017 | Australian Life Scientist

Merck’s Advanced Proteomics Grade SOLu-Trypsin is a solution-stable enzyme for mass spectrometry. Designed to be stable in solution when refrigerated, the enzyme can be used immediately without preparation.

Other forms of trypsin require thawing or reconstitution and must be discarded if not used immediately. SOLu-Trypsin allows excess product to be saved for future use, thus eliminating unnecessary waste.

The product is formulated with a high-purity recombinant trypsin, free of chymotryptic activity, to ensure high-fidelity digestion. It fits seamlessly into established workflows, so there is no need to modify protocols. It is stable for short-term use at room temperature in an autosampler or on a liquid-handling robot.

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