In proteome analysis, mass spectrometry is one of the methods for identifying proteins and collecting information on post-translational modifications. For mass spectrometry, the target protein is cut out from the gel after electrophoresis and enzymatically degraded into peptide fragments.
Lysyl Endopeptidase (Lys-C), which is used in combination with trypsin, enhances the efficiency of cleavage at lysine residues and thus increases the number of peptides generated.
FUJIFILM Wako's Lysyl Endopeptidase (Lys-C) has been used in over 2,500 papers.


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