use of snake venoms to cleave carbohydrate moieties

MS S J GALLAGHER BASJGALL at swansea.ac.uk
Thu Sep 16 11:07:02 EST 1999

Can anyone answer the following question or suggest a source of answers?

I am looking for a snake venom which is high in enzymes such as galactosidase, glycosidases, lipases,hydrolases and phosphatases but which is low in proteases and esterases. The aim is to cleave  attachments from a protein I have isolated.

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