trypsin inhibitor


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tryp·sin in·hib·i·tor

1. a peptide formed from trypsinogen through hydrolysis under the catalytic influence of enteropeptidase, with trypsin also produced as a result; so called because the peptide masks or inhibits the active site of the trypsin molecule;
2. one of the polypeptides, from various sources (for example, human and bovine colostrum, soybeans, egg white), that inhibit the action of trypsin. Compare: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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Trypsin inhibitors activities in DJM were determined according to Smith et al [19] and Liu and Markakis [20].
Shinkawa et al., "Role of O-linked carbohydrate of human urinary trypsin inhibitor on its lysosomal membrane-stabilizing property," Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, vol.
In amaranth seed, another pseudo-cereal, in the study by Valdes-Rodriguez et al., (35) the trypsin inhibitor was purified and showed approximately 8 kDa.
A combination of pressure and temperature was effective in reducing trypsin inhibitor activity, but an increase in pressure alone was not effective [27].
Goldberg, "A frameshift mutation prevents Kunitz trypsin inhibitor mRNA accumulation in soybean embryos," The Plant Cell, vol.
Soybean trypsin inhibitor activity was measured according to the method of American Association of Cereal Chemists and determination of trypsin inhibitor activity of soyabean and soya products (BS EN ISO 14902-2001) except for minor modifications.
Urinary trypsin inhibitor did not improve outcomes after cardiac surgery
Trypsin inhibitor is thermolabile and its inhibitory activity can be reduced considerably by thermal treatment (Liener, 1994).
Figure 5 shows loss of tight-junctions and hyperpermeability in vascular endothelial cells induced by proinflammatory cytokines and their rescue by treatment with trypsin inhibitor. The addition of TNF-[alpha], IL-6, and IL-1[beta] to the cell culture and examination after 12 h showed marked down-regulation of tight-junction protein zonula occludens-1 (ZO-1) and slight decrease in occludin levels, and the loss of these proteins was abrogated by treatment with 50 [micro]M aprotinin (Fig.
Trypsin inhibitor from Peltophorum dubium seeds active against pest proteases and its effects on the survival of Anagasta kuehniella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).
Ulinastatin is also called urinary trypsin inhibitor (UTI), HI-30, or bikunin.
Effect of human urinary trypsin inhibitor on granulocyte elastase activity.