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Lactalbumin Hydrolysate


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Lactalbumin Hydrolysate is a pancreatic digest of lactalbumin recommended for use in culture media for tissue culture, production of lactobacilli, virus, vaccines, fermentations and special diets. Additional uses include preparation of baculovirus medium and as an agar overlay for protein expression.
Catalog #L1010
Typical Amino Acid AnalysisAlanine: 3.0%
Aspartic Acid: 2.3%
Cystine: 2.8%
Glycine: 1.4%
Glutamic Acid: 16.3%
Histidine: 1.4%
Isoleucine: 4.6%
Lysine: 6.6%
Methionine: 1.7%
Phenylalanine: 2.8
Proline: 6.6%
Serine: 3.7%
Threonine: 3.8%
Tryptophan: 0.9%
Tyrosine: 0.9%
Valine: 4.8%
AppearanceWhite to tan fine powder
pH (2%): 7.2 + 0.5
Ash: 7.0%
Moisture: 6.5%
Amino Nitrogen: 4.5-6.5%
Total Nitrogen: 11-13%
Microbiological Analysis:
Coliform: Negative
Salmonella: Negative/25g
Standard Plate Count: 5000 cfu/g
Yeast and Mold: 100 cfu/g
E. coli: Negative
DirectionsTo prepare a 25X stock solution, dissolve 41.25g lactalbumin hydrolysate in 500ml ddH2O, dispense into 50ml aliquots and autoclave.
Storage and StabilityStore powder at RT. Store stock concentrate at RT.
Certificate of OriginThe raw animal product used in manufacturing is derived from materials originating in the USA. Manufactured in USA. During processing of the product, a batch is heated to a minimum of 80°C for a minimum of 1 hour, including a minimum of 5 minutes at 105°C. The product is dried at a minimum of 140°C.
CAS Number68458-87-7
Important NoteThis product as supplied is intended for research use only, not for use in human, therapeutic or diagnostic applications without the expressed written authorization of United States Biological.
Alternate namesEnzymatic Digest of Lactalbumin; Enzyme Hydrolyzed Lactalbumin; Edamin S

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