Glucose 6-phosphate Dehydrogenase

Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G-6-PDH) is an enzyme in the pentose phosphate cycle, one of the pathways for glucose metabolism. This enzyme catalyzes the following reaction:

G-6-PDH is used for the quantitation of ATP, glucose, and creatine kinase. This product is recombinant glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase derived from yeast and Leuconostoc sp.

Product Overview

G-6-PDH, Leuconostoc sp., recombinant
G-6-PDH, yeast, recombinant
Appearance White crystals or powder White crystals, powder or mass
Host E. coli E. coli
Activity Indicated on the label
(initial production lot: 640 units/mg)
Indicated on the label
(initial production lot: 140 units/mg)
Definition of unit The amount of enzyme producing 1 μmol of NADH per minute at pH 7.8 and 30°C, using D-glucose 6-phosphate as a substrate, is defined as one unit. The amount of enzyme producing 1 μmol of NADPH per minute at pH 8.5 and 25°C, using D-glucose 6-phosphate as a substrate, is defined as one unit.
pH stability 5.0~9.0(25℃, 1 week) 5.5~6.5(25℃, 1 week)
Optimal pH 7.5 8.0~8.5
Temperature stability ≤ 37℃(pH 7.8, 10 minutes) ≤ 40℃(pH 7.5, 10 minutes)
Optimal temperature 45℃ 50℃

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