Sigma-Aldrich launched the Protease Finder this week, a Web-based program that identifies individual proteases that can be used to cleave a distinct peptide bond with the researcher’s protein or peptide sequence. According to Sigma-Aldrich, researchers need only input the amino acids surrounding their desired cleavage site. Protease Finder will then allow the scientist to find specific cleavage information for more than 70 unique enzymes.
 

 

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