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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The DJM samples were analyzed for moisture, crude fat, CP, crude fiber, ash, calcium, phosphorus [13], amino acid profile [14,15], phorbol esters, trypsin inhibitors activities, and lectin content.
Lott, "Pathophysiology and diagnostic value of urinary trypsin inhibitors," Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (CCLM), vol.
Although trypsin inhibitors are naturally present in the plants, in chia seeds there is no report in the literature about such presence.
Inactivation of soybean trypsin inhibitors and lipoxygenase by high pressure processing.
Among the various trypsin inhibitors tested, the natural airway inhibitor, secretory leukoprotease inhibitor (SLPI), which is secreted from non-ciliated secretory airway Clara and goblet cells, (36),(37) and is found in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid and nasal and salivary secretion, efficiently suppresses proteolytic activation of IAV HA and viral multiplication.
Detection of trypsin inhibitors, chymotrypsin inhibitors and elastase inhibitors in the cladodes.
Tannins and trypsin inhibitors were undetected at milligram level in Samples 1 and 2 while phytates and saponins were present at trace levels in the two samples.
Other examples are lectins and trypsin inhibitors, which are found in legumes like lentils and soybeans and can get in the way of normal digestion.
Sub culturing of Vero cellsGrowth medium was removed from confluentmonolayer of Vero cells, and then cells were washed with 10 mL of PBS to remove trypsin inhibitors that were present in serum.