Benzamidine HCl is a reversible inhibitor of trypsin, trypsin-like enzymes, and serine proteases. A concentration of approximately 1 mM is used for general protease inhibition. To inhibit proteases from yeast, a range of 0.5 to 4.0 mM is used and it is for the most part interchangeable with pepstatin A.
In addition to being a strong competitive inhibitor of trypsin, benzamidine HCl has been also shown to be a strong competitive inhibitor of thrombin and plasmin. It was also found to be as effective as aprotinin in the prevention of glucagon degradation in human plasma.
Store at 2-8℃
|Synonym||Amidinobenzene hydrochloride, Benzamidinium chloride, Benzenecarboximidamide hydrochloride|
|Solubility||Water: 50 mg/mL, clear to slightly hazy, colorless to faintly yellow|
|mp||86-88 °C (lit.)|
|Application||Western blot analysis|
|Purification of yeast dynein|
|Protease inhibitor in the preparation of brush-border membrane vesicles|
|For the processing of human synovial fluid, blood and eye sleep|
|Prevent non-specific degradation of cartilages|
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