Do these results of enzymatic analyses on the certificate of analysis correlate with cell recovery?

No. Poorly defined, traditional collagenase products contain between 3-8 and 10-20% (w/w) collagenase. Collagenase is usually degraded during the fermentation or material processing procedure. Recent studies have indicated that proteolytic degradation of collagenase leads to lower collagen degradation activity that translates into use of higher amounts of enzyme in the cell isolation procedure. There is

What does tryptic-like activity mean? How do you measure clostripain activity?

Clostripain is a neutral protease secreted by C. histolyticum during the fermentation process. It is a tryptic like enzyme that is measured using the same peptide substrate to measure trypsin activity (N-benzoyl-L-arginine ethyl ester, BAEE). Clostripain is a sulfhydrl enzyme that expresses maximal enzyme activity under reducing conditions (i.e., pre-incubation with 2 mercapatoethanol or other