KYNU (Kynureninase)


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KYNU (Kynureninase) is a 5-pyripyryl-ido aldehyde-dependent enzyme (pyridoxal-P), which can catalyze the cleavage of L-canine and 3-hydroxycanine to o-aminobenzoic acid and 3-hydroxy-o-aminobenzoic acid, respectively. Kynureninase is involved in the biosynthesis of NAD cofactors from tryptophan via canine. In addition, it also has cysteine conjugate-β-lyase activity. Diseases associated with KYNU include hydroxyuricuria and vertebra, heart, kidney and limb deficiency syndrome.

Cat.No.Product NameSourceSpeciesTagMolecular Weight
BP-801300Recombinant Human Kynureninase, Carrier FreeSf 21HumanHis
BP-801301Recombinant Mouse KYNU, His taggedBaculovirus-Insect CellsMouseHis
BP-801302Recombinant Human Kynureninase, His-taggedBaculovirus-Insect cellsHumanHis
BP-801303Recombinant Human KYNU Protein, His-taggedBaculovirus-Insect CellsHumanHis
BP-801304Recombinant Rat KYNU ProteinMammalian CellsRatHis
BP-801305Recombinant Human KYNU Protein, GST-taggedWheat GermHumanGST
BP-801306Recombinant Human KYNU Protein, His-taggedBaculovirus Sf21 Insect CellsHumanHis
BP-801307Recombinant Human KYNU Protein, MYC/DDK-taggedHEK293HumanMYC/DDK

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