Thermally modified azocasein--a new insoluble substrate for the determination of proteolytic activity.

Abstract

An insoluble chromogenic substrate for the determination of proteolytic activity was prepared by heating azocasein in a thin layer at 200 degrees C for 4 h in a hot-air thermostat. The activity of an extracellular bacterial proteinase produced by Bacillus sp. was determined with this new substrate.

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@article{Safak1987ThermallyMA, title={Thermally modified azocasein--a new insoluble substrate for the determination of proteolytic activity.}, author={I V O Safař{\'i}k}, journal={Biotechnology and applied biochemistry}, year={1987}, volume={9 4}, pages={323-4} }