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Trypsin is a protease, an enzyme that cuts other proteins. It is used in cell culture to help lift cells from a plate by cutting the proteins that hold the cells to the plate and to each other. Trypsin can go bad because a trypsin enzyme can cut other trypsins, eventually destroying the batch's enzyme activity. This is why trypsin must be kept frozen. Of ...
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