G-6-P dehydrogenase

G-6-P dehydrogenase

Product description:

English name: Glucose-6-phosphate Dehydrogenase; G-6-PD; G-6-P-DH
Other names: glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase; glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
CAS: 9001-40-5

Level: Chromatography purified
Molecular Weight: 128KDa
Vitality: ≥200 NAD units / mg
Dynamic definition of: One unit reduces one micromole of NAD per minute at 37 ℃, pH 7.8, using glucose-6-phosphate as substrate
Phosphohexose isomerase: ≤0.02%
Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase: ≤0.003%
Adenylate kinase: ≤0.002%
Creatine phosphokinase: ≤0.002%

Description: The Leuconostoc GPDH exhibits dual coenzyme specificity, namely NAD and NADP, when assayed under conditions that are optimal for the particular coenzyme, the ratio of observed catalytic activity is NAD / NADP = 1.8
Characters: suspension .Suspension in 2.4M ammonium sulfate isoelectric point PH4.5
Purposes: for biochemical research, erythrocyte glucose metabolism is an enzyme, its role is to maintain reduced glutathione and coenzyme Ⅱ (NADPH), reducing the ability to maintain red blood cells, to prevent red blood cells and other hydrogen peroxide injury. Furthermore, glucose 6-phosphate which catalyzes the dehydrogenation reaction, can be used to detect enzymatic NAD + (or NADP +), glucose-6-phosphate, phosphoglucose isomerase, phosphoglucose mutase and hexokinase. It hexokinase used in combination with enzymatic detection of glucose
Save: 2 ~ 8 ℃