Re: [Histonet] (no subject)

From:Rene J Buesa



Amilase is an enzyme that acts on glycogen, regardless of its origin. The concentration may be different and may affect the time you let it act, but usually diluted in the diastase buffer and incubated at 37║C during 1 hour, will be enough.
  RenÚ J.

Cheri Miller  wrote:
  I need to know if I can use Amylase from Barley malt as opposed to Amylase
from Pancreas for Diastase. Does it matter for diastase purposes??

Cheri MIller HT ASCP Histology Supervisor, Phys Laboratory. Omaha Ne











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