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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v36.i1.70
3 pages

Determination of Proteolytic Activity in Natural Waters by the Method of Fluorescence Polarization

A. P. Sadchikov
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
O. A. Frenkel
Moscow University, Moscow, Russia
S. A. Eremin
Moscow University, Moscow, Russia


Changes in sizes of protein molecules during enzyme hydrolysis are controlled by means of measurement of fluorescence polarization of proteins marked by a fluorescent stain. The method may be used to evaluate proteolytic activity in environmental waters.

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