||Native Human GOT1 isderived from Human Heart.
||TwoGOT isoenzymes are present in humans. They have high similarity. GOT1, thecytosolic isoenzyme, derives mainly from red blood cells and heart. GOT2, themitochondrial isoenzyme is predominantly present in liver.
||< 0.1 ng/ug of protein
||One unit willcatalyze the transamination of one micromole of L-aspartate toα-ketoglutarate forming L-glutamate and oxaloacetate per minute at 37°C andpH 7.8. Measured at 340 nm as one equimolar amount of NAD produced by a coupledreaction.
||Store at -80oC. Stablefor 3 years from delivery. Avoid repeated freeze-thaw cycles.
||Alanine, aspartate andglutamate metabolism; Arginine and proline metabolism; Cysteine andmethionine metabolism; Metabolic pathways; Phenylalanine metabolism;Phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis; Tyrosine metabolism