A Microwave Protein Hydrolysis System, as the name suggests, performs hydrolysis of acids in proteins under special conditions. To perform this system, a 630 watt microwave, some modules to control pressure, some special vessels and a micro vial tray is required. The time for the hydrolysis varies depending on the sample and the condition under which it is performed. The heat of the Microwave produces an acid vapour which then helps to hydrolyse the protein inside. The following are the advantages of Microwave Protein Hydrolysis System -
- It rapidly reduces the Hydrolysis time.
- The samples are all checked and processed under same conditions and temperature. This helps to prevent any sort of variation between samples and give accurate results.
- The process of Hydrolysis is performed under anaerobic and inert conditions. This helps to stop the oxidative degradation of the acids.