diagnostic-enzymes

Native Aspergillus sp. Glucose Oxidase

Native Aspergillus sp. Glucose Oxidase

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DIA-193 GOD (Aspergillus sp.)GOx; GODGODAspergillus sp.The glucose oxidase enzyme (GOx) also known as notatin (EC number 1.1.3.4) is an oxido-reductase that catalyses the oxidation of glucose to hydrogen peroxide and D-glucono-δ-lactone. This enzyme is produced by certain species of fungi and insects and displays antibacterial activity when oxygen and glucose are present.This enzyme is useful for enzymatic determination of glucose, and for amylase-activity assay when coupled with α-glucosidase in clinical analysis.Yellowish amorphous powder, lyophilizedFreeze dried powderEC 1.1.3.4100U/mg-solid or more (containing approx. 50% of stabilizers)9001-37-0Catalase < 3.0%approx. 153 kDapH 4.5-6.0 (30°C, 20hr)3.3×10⁻²M (ß-D-Glucose), 6.1×10⁻²M (2-Deoxyglucose)Glycoprotein with 2 moles of FAD4.540-50°Cbelow 50°C (pH 5.7, 1hr)Stable at-20°C for at least one yearPotassium gluconate, sodium glutamatep-Chloromercuribenzoate, heavy metal ions (Cu⁺⁺, Hg⁺⁺, Ag⁺)EC 1.1.3.4; glucose oxyhydrase; corylophyline; penatin; glucose aerodehydrogenase; microcid; β-D-glucose oxidase; D-glucose oxidase; D-glucose-1-oxidase; β-D-glucose:quinone oxidoreductase; glucose oxyhydrase; deoxin-1; GOD; 9001-37-0; glucose oxidase enzyme; GOx; notatin; glucose oxidase Download Datasheet:
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