:Aprotinin, bovine

Aprotinin, bovine

Trasylol, Trypsin inhibitor (basic)


CAS 9087-70-1
Grade ultra pure
Physical description off white powder
Unit Min Max
Light, Almost White Powder Pass 0 0
Absorbtion At 3.0 PEU/mL 0 0.8
Loss On Drying % 0 6
Ph 5 7
Bacterial Endotoxins IU/PEU 0 0.14
Uv Absorbtion Spectrum (277 +/-2nm) Pass 0 0
Expiration Verification (1 Yr. Minimum) Pass 0 0
Identity Pass 0 0
Microbial Count (<100 CFU/g) Pass 0 0
Protein Content mg/mg 0.75 0.95
Sodium Chloride Content mg/mg 0.04 0.18
Solubility (Colorless Solution) Pass 0 0
Activity PEU/mg 3 100

Notes & Applications

bovine virus testing done to current CFR regulations
collected at USDA licensed sites
Aprotinin may be stored as lyophilized powder at -20³C for several years without loss of activity.
Sterile filtered aprotinin solutions at pH 5.0-8.0 will be stable for at least three years.
Solutions below pH 4.0 or above pH 9.0 should be used within hours of preparation.
Aprotinin is soluble in water, saline solution, 70% methanol, 70% ethanol, and 50% acetone
store at -20°C
chymotrypsin, plasmin kallikrein, elastase, urokinase, factor XIIa and Protein C.
Aprotinin is a serine protease inhibitor and will inhibit trypsin, anhydrotrypsin, trypsinogen,
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