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lysine-p-nitroanilide hydrolase

hydrolyses a wide variety of di-, tri-, and tetrapeptides, and polypeptides up to 15 amino acids; it is blocked only if proline is in the penultimate position from N-terminus or if N-terminus is blocked, e.g. pyroglutamyl residue
Also Known As:
Lys-pNA hydrolase; lysine-4-nitroanilide hydrolase
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