Enzymes regularly used in laboratory applications often require preparation of fresh solution before each use. Making fresh enzyme solution for each application is time consuming and wasteful. A wide variety of enzyme preparations in a ready-to-use format are offered.
LongLife™ enzyme preparations have a long shelf life and no weighing or buffer preparation is needed; simply take an aliquot and add in your sample. LongLife™ enzyme preparations contain cofactors necessary for optimal enzymatic activity. Supplied in suspension form and when stored properly have a one year shelf life.
LongLife™ PE LB Lysozyme is ready to use lysozyme preparation containing DNase (deoxyribonuclease) and RNase (ribonuclease), which can be used for spheroplast preparation, lysis of bacterial cells and further extraction of bacterial protein free from DNA/RNA. LongLife™ PE LB Lysozyme can be used for the digestion of bacterial cell walls and is fully compatible with our Protein Extraction & Lysis Buffer (PE LB™) Systems, where it reduces viscosity build-up due to presence of nucleases. Simply take an aliquot and add in your sample. The size of the supplied LongLife™ PE LB Lysozyme is 1ml.
All LongLife™ Enzymes Available:
LongLife™ Zymolyase® for digestion of yeast & fungal cell walls
LongLife™ Lysozyme for digestion of bacterial cell walls
LongLife™ Proteinase K for digestion of proteins in nucleic acid preparations
LongLife™ Nuclease for removal of nucleic acids
LongLife™ RNase for digestion of RNA
LongLife™ DNase for digestion of DNA
LongLife™ PE LB Lysozyme for digestion of bacterial cell walls & reduction of viscosity build-up due to
presence of nucleases (fully compatible with our PE LB™Systems)
- Ready-to-use lysozyme preparation (40mg/ml)
- Additional nuclease activity
- Contains DNase (800U/ml) and RNase (24U/ml)
- Fully compatible with our Protein Extraction & Lysis Buffer (PE LB™) Systems
- Enzyme preparation for the digestion and lysis of bacterial cell walls
- Reduction of viscosity build-up due to presence of nucleases
- Spheroplast preparation