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How to calculate collagenase amount required

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Hi there,
I am trying to prepare 80 ml of digestion solution at working concentration=100 CDU/ml using collagenase from Worthington (stock concentration= 280 U/mg). I got confused with the unit 'U' and 'CDU'. Can anyone teach me how to calculate? Many thanks.
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