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Kunitz domains anti-trypsin (SKD-L112)

The Kunitz domain that bound trypsin was isolated from the library using Phage display techonology. Kunitz domains are stable as standalone peptides, able to recognise specific protein structures, and also work as competitive protease inhibitors in their free form. After affinity maturation, Kunitz domains variants were identified having affinities (KD=0.35 nM) for trypsin as determined by biosensor technology. It's potential to be used in diagnostic, research and therapeutic applications.      

Specifications
Scaffold Name
Kunitz domains
Origin
Human Placental Bikunin
Core Structure
α-helices, β-sheets
Target
Trypsin
Species Reactivity
Bovine
Expression Host
E. coli
Affinity Constant
0.35 nM
Applications
ELISA; IHC; Microscopy; FC; WB; FuncS
Target
Alternative Names
Human Placental Bikunin; Kunitz domains; trypsin

For lab research use only, not for diagnostic, therapeutic or any in vivo human use.

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