Aprotinin from Bovine Lung (Lyophilized powder)
Catalog # P2010003 – 50 mg
Aprotinin is a small protein that acts as an inhibitor of the protease trypsin. Aprotinin is used in protein purification to inhibit unwanted proteolytic activities (trypsin, chymotrypsin, elastase and the like). Size: 50 mg.
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Aprotinin from Bovine Lung.
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