Hyaluronate lyase cleaves hyaluronic acid at the β-D-GalNAc-(1→4)-β-D-GlcA bond, yielding 3-(4-deoxy-β-D-gluc-4-enuronosyl)-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine tetra- and hexasaccharides. Unlike other hyaluronidases, this enzyme is specific for hyaluronic acid and is inactive with Chondroitin and Chondroitn sulfate (sc-203888). One unit will cause a change in A600 nm of 0.330 per minute at pH 5.7 at 37° C during a 45 minute assay.
One ampule contains 300 units
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Hyaluronidase (CAS 37259-53-3)
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How should the enzyme be reconstituted for long-term storage and at these conditions how long is the enzyme stable for?
Asked by: harding
Thank you for your question. The product has buffer present (it is lyophilized from 0.5 mM Tris buffer at pH 7), it is soluble in 1 mL of water and should be stored refrigerated; do not freeze since it is not known what effect freeze/thawing would have on the solutions. Unfortunately we do not have an estimate of stability time for refrigerated enzyme solutions.
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works as expectedThis hyaluronidase was cheaper and more readily available than options offered by some other companies, with same apparent enzyme activity. Documentation was not included, but technical support was very helpful in determining resuspension and storage methods.
Date published: 2017-11-06
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Yamaguchi et alYamaguchi et al. (PubMed ID 26296532) used hyaluronidase to inhibit the activity of hyaluronic acid by cleaving. -SCBT Publication Review
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