NEW Animal Origin Free STEMxyme™ Collagenase/Neutral Protease Blends Available

Worthington's new Animal Origin Free (AOF) STEMzyme™ Collagenase/Neutral Protease (Dispase®) Blends 1 and 2 are now available for primary and stem cell isolation, regenerative medicine, biopharma & cell bioprocessing applications.

By | February 19, 2014

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Worthington's new Animal Origin Free (AOF) STEMzyme™ Collagenase/Neutral Protease (Dispase®) Blends 1 and 2 are now available for primary and stem cell isolation, regenerative medicine, biopharma & cell bioprocessing applications.

STEMxyme™ 1 & 2 Collagenase/Neutral Protease (Dispase®) are specialized combinations of AOF Clostridium histolyticum Collagenase (Code: CLSAFB) and AOF Bacillus polymyxa Neutral Protease (Dispase®) with a minimum of 250 CLS units and 1,000 or 2,000 caseinase units per mg dry weight, respectively. Produced at Worthington and designed for stem cell, regenerative medicine and other primary cell isolations and bioprocessing applications where introduction of potential animal derived pathogens must be prevented.

As an ISO9001 Certified primary manufacturer, Worthington can meet enzyme requirements from research-scale to bulk bioprocessing quantities.

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STEMxyme™ 2 Collagenase/Neutral Protease (Dispase)

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