219373 Cathepsin G, Human Neutrophil

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      OverviewNative cathepsin G from human neutrophil. A serine protease that degrades collagen and proteoglycans. Has been implicated in connective tissue diseases such as emphysema and rheumatoid arthritis. Acts as a potent agonist of human platelet activation leading to their aggregation. Reported to be involved in the activation of pro MMP-2 via mechanism requiring MT1-MMP. Inhibited by chymostatin, DFP, and Z-Phe-CH2Br. Reconstitute in 150 mM NaCl, 50 mM sodium acetate buffer, pH 5.5.
      Note: 1 mU = 1 milliunit.
      Catalogue Number219373
      Brand Family Calbiochem®
      References
      ReferencesGlusa, E., and Adam C. 2001. Por. J. Pharmacol. 133, 422.
      Shamamian, P., et al. 2001. J. Cell Physiol. 189, 197.
      Groutas, W.C., et al. 1993. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 197, 730.
      Stone, P.J., et al. 1993. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 197, 130.
      Groutas, W.C., et al. 1992. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 294, 144.
      Maison, C.M., et al. 1991. J. Immunol. 147, 921.
      Travis, J. 1988. Am. J. Med. 84, 37.
      Product Information
      CAS number107200-92-0
      Unit of DefinitionOne unit is defined as the amount of enzyme that will hydrolyze 1.0 µmol of Suc-AAPF-<i>p</i>NA per min at 25°C, pH 7.5.
      EC number3.4.21.20
      FormSalt-free lyophilized solid
      Quality LevelMQ100
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      Biological Information
      Purity≥95% by SDS-PAGE
      SourcePrepared from blood that has been shown by certified tests to be negative for HBsAg and for antibodies to HIV and HCV.
      Specific Activity≥2 units/mg protein
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      Ship Code Ambient Temperature Only
      Toxicity Standard Handling
      Storage -20°C
      Do not freeze Ok to freeze
      Special InstructionsFollowing reconstitution, aliquot and freeze (-70°C) for long term storage or refrigerate (4°C) for short term storage. Stock solutions are stable for up to 1 week at 4°C or for up to 6 months at -70°C.
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      219373

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      Glusa, E., and Adam C. 2001. Por. J. Pharmacol. 133, 422.
      Shamamian, P., et al. 2001. J. Cell Physiol. 189, 197.
      Groutas, W.C., et al. 1993. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 197, 730.
      Stone, P.J., et al. 1993. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 197, 130.
      Groutas, W.C., et al. 1992. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 294, 144.
      Maison, C.M., et al. 1991. J. Immunol. 147, 921.
      Travis, J. 1988. Am. J. Med. 84, 37.

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      Cathepsins and Related Products Technical Bulletin

      Citations

      Title
    • Ok Hee Ryu, et al. (2005) Proteolysis of MIP-1α isoforms LD78β and LD78α by neutrophil-derived serine proteases. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280, 17415-17421.
    • Valerie A. Fadok, et al. (2001) Differential Effects of Apoptotic Versus Lysed Cells on Macrophage Production of Cytokines: Role of Proteases. Journal of Immunology 166, 6847-6854.
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      Revision28-April-2008 RFH
      DescriptionNative cathepsin G from human neutrophil. A serine protease that degrades collagen and proteoglycans. Has been implicated in connective tissue diseases, such as emphysema and rheumatoid arthritis. Acts as a potent agonist of human platelet activation leading to their aggregation. Inhibited by chymostatins, DFP and Z-Phe-CH2Br.
      FormSalt-free lyophilized solid
      SourcePrepared from blood that has been shown by certified tests to be negative for HBsAg and for antibodies to HIV and HCV.
      CAS number107200-92-0
      EC number3.4.21.20
      Purity≥95% by SDS-PAGE
      Specific activity≥2 units/mg protein
      Unit definitionOne unit is defined as the amount of enzyme that will hydrolyze 1.0 µmol of Suc-AAPF-pNA per min at 25°C, pH 7.5.
      SolubilityReconstitute in 50 mM NaOAc and 150 mM NaCl, pH 5.5.
      Storage -20°C
      Do Not Freeze Ok to freeze
      Special InstructionsFollowing reconstitution, aliquot and freeze (-70°C) for long term storage or refrigerate (4°C) for short term storage. Stock solutions are stable for up to 1 week at 4°C or for up to 6 months at -70°C.
      Toxicity Standard Handling
      Merck USA index14, 1905
      ReferencesGlusa, E., and Adam C. 2001. Por. J. Pharmacol. 133, 422.
      Shamamian, P., et al. 2001. J. Cell Physiol. 189, 197.
      Groutas, W.C., et al. 1993. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 197, 730.
      Stone, P.J., et al. 1993. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 197, 130.
      Groutas, W.C., et al. 1992. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 294, 144.
      Maison, C.M., et al. 1991. J. Immunol. 147, 921.
      Travis, J. 1988. Am. J. Med. 84, 37.
      Citation
    • Ok Hee Ryu, et al. (2005) Proteolysis of MIP-1α isoforms LD78β and LD78α by neutrophil-derived serine proteases. Journal of Biological Chemistry 280, 17415-17421.
    • Valerie A. Fadok, et al. (2001) Differential Effects of Apoptotic Versus Lysed Cells on Macrophage Production of Cytokines: Role of Proteases. Journal of Immunology 166, 6847-6854.