Lactate Dehydrogenase Product Information


Source: Recombinant, rabbit muscle produced in E. coli

I.U.B.: 1.1.1.27

Mammalian lactate dehydrogenases (LDH) exist as five tetrameric isozymes composed of combinations of two different subunits. The H subunit predominates in heart muscle, which is geared for aerobic oxidation of pyruvate. The M subunit predominates in skeletal muscle and is concerned more with anaerobic metabolism and pyruvate reduction.

Unit Definition: One Unit oxidizes one micromole of NADH per minute at 25°C, pH 7.3

Please note that the source of this product has changed from native rabbit muscle form to a recombinant for expressed in E. coli.  The recombinant enzyme meets or exceeds the specifications of the native enzyme previously supplied.

DescriptionActivityCodeSizeCat. No.Price
Lactate Dehydrogenase, Lyophilized, Recombinant Rabbit Muscle
Source: E. coli
Recombinant rabbit muscle Lactate Dehydrogenase produced in E.Coli. Chromatographically purified. A lyophilized powder. 
Store at -20C.
≥250 units per mg protein LADCL 5 ku LS002755 $105.00 Buy Now
Bulk LS002757 Inquire
25 ku LS002756 $495.00 Buy Now

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