Enzymatic hydrolysis of denatured pig pepsin by trypsin
1. The conditions of the enzymatic hydrolysis of reduced carboxymethylated pepsin by trypsin have been studied.
2. The usefulness of chromatography on molecular sieves (“Sephadex”) as a method for the initial fractionation of a mixture of macropeptides has been demonstrated.
KeywordsTrypsin Carboxymethylated Lysine Residue Peptide Bond Chymotrypsin
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