Trypsin, recombinant

Expressed in Pichia pastoris

Secure and efficient protein production

Supporting your manufacturing challenges with exceptional enzyme quality and reproducibility 

Trypsin is a serine protease widely used in biopharmaceutical manufacturing to specifically cleave the C-terminus of arginine and lysine in peptide chains. 

To address demands of high-quality protein production, Roche has synthesized a gene encoding for the amino acid sequence of Trypsin and has transformed the gene into the expression host Pichia pastoris. Recombinant Trypsin is expressed as active protease, with equivalent properties compared to native trypsin. 

  • Minimize the risk of virus contamination and the risk of animal-related cross-contamination.
  • Rely on high purity. Minimize the risk of host cell protein contamination in your final product.
  • Increase the safety of your production processes with reproducible performance and high lot-to-lot consistency.

Proteases selection guide

Protein cleavage beyond Trypsin. Learn more about the Roche protease portfolio in this selection guide.



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