Invitrogen™ SUMO Protease
A recombinant fragment of ULP1 (Ubl-specific protease 1) from Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Manufacturer: Invitrogen™ 12588018
SUMO Protease, also known as Ulp, is highly specific for the SUMO protein fusion, recognizing the tertiary structure of SUMO rather than an amino acid sequence.
- Highly active cleavage
- No non-specific proteolysis (highly specific cleavage)
- Activity from 2°C to 37°
- A six-histidine sequence to facilitate its removal from the digested protein sample
Application:Removal of fusion tags from recombinant proteins
Unit Definition: One unit of SUMO Protease is defined as the amount of enzyme needed to cleave 85% of 2μg of substrate protein at 30°C in one hour
Quality Control: SUMO Protease has greater than 85% single-band purity with no non-specific protease contamination; functionally tested for the absence of any non-specific protease activity
GST-Tagged Protein Purification, His-Tagged Protein Purification, Protein and Peptide Purification, Protein Sample Preparation and Protein Purification, Proteins, Expression, Isolation and Analysis
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