Enzymes for serum-free cell culture
Enzyme for separating cells
In comparison to trypsin, and even papain (cat. no. L 2223), Biotase shows a far more maintaining enzyme effect on the sub-cultivation of adherently growing cells. The raw substance is extracted from invertebrates, featuring thus a further benefit (viral safety, no TSE/BSE risk) compared to trypsin, which is of mammalian origin (bovine or porcine).