Thermolabile Proteinase K is an engineered, subtilisin-related serine protease that will hydrolyze a variety of peptide bonds and is frequently used to cleanup enzymatic reactions or cell lysates.
Thermolabile Proteinase K is an engineered, subtilisin-related serine protease that will hydrolyze a variety of peptide bonds. It preferentially cleaves the peptide bond at the carboxyl side of aliphatic or aromatic amino acid residues. However; the specificity of Thermolabile Proteinase K can be broad.
Thermolabile Proteinase K (TLPK) can be completely inactivated by incubation at 55°C for 10 minutes, which allows for subsequent enzymatic steps in the same reaction vessel. Figure 1 shows that the activity of restriction endonucleases, including heat-stable endonucleases, can be completely abolished using TLPK.
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