The TEV protease recognition sequence with the highest catalytic efficiency is ENLYFQ ▼S; however, the amino acid in the P1’ position can also be G, A, M, C, or H (1).
TEV Protease is a highly specific cysteine protease. The TEV Protease recognition sequence with the highest catalytic efficiency is ENLYFQ ▼S; however, the amino acid in the P1’ position can also be G, A, M, C, or H (1). It is often used for the removal of affinity purification tags such as maltose-binding protein (MBP) or poly-histidine from fusion proteins. TEV Protease has a 7xHis-tag for easy removal from a reaction using nickel affinity resins and has been engineered to improve thermal stability and decrease autolysis.
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