Human Neutrophil Elastase Reference 2-12-15

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Innovative Research's Human Neutrophil Elastase was recently used in the following study:

Improved production of sublancin via introduction of three characteristic promoters into operon clusters responsible for this novel distinct glycopeptide biosynthesis

S Ji, W Li, AR Baloch, M Wang, B Cao - Microbial Cell Factories, 2015
Aliquots of 5 mg/L sublancin in PBS (pH 7.4) were treated under different protease HNE (Innovative Research, Novi, MI), PE (Innovative Research), pepsin (Sigma), V8 (BioCol GmbH), and trypsin (Sigma Chemical Co., St. Louis

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