Collagenases are proteolytic enzymes able to cleave peptide bonds in the triple helical collagen molecule. Collagenase is produced by two separate and distinct genes in Clostridium histolyticum: the colG gene codes for class I collagenase, the colH gene codes for class II collagenase. Starting from these genes we synthesize in E.Coli patented recombinant collagenases COL G (class I) and COL H (class II) in pure fraction, ensuring a strong competitive-edge in terms of :
  • higher stability
  • complete control of the final composition
  • high batch-to-batch reproducibility
  • absence of endotoxins
  • price competitiveness
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