FIBRINOLYSIS IX. THE COMPARATIVE ACTIVITY IN VIVO OF TKYPSIN AND ASPBRGILLIN O (MOLD FIBRINOLYSIN)
- Isolation and screening of different isolates of Aspergillus for amylases production. Morya, V. K.; Yadav, D. // Internet Journal of Microbiology;Oct2009, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p18
The diversity of Aspergillus from soil of Kusmi Forest, an Indian subtropical Teak forest at Gorakhpur resulted in characterizing a total of 415 isolates which were then subjected to amylases production. The preliminary amylases production revealed a total of 14 promising isolates of Aspergillus...
- STUDY OF AMYLASE PRODUCTION BY USING ASPERGILLUS SPECIES FROM SPOILED FRUITS. Dalbhide, C. B. // Golden Research Thoughts;May2014, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p1
The study presents production of amylase by Aspergillus species in solid state fermentation using agro- industrial waste; wheat bran as a substrate. Attempt has been made to isolate Aspergillus species from native source i.e. spoiled fruits. Enzyme production was growth associated and maximum...
- trypsin. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p2382
A definition of the medical term "trypsin," which refers to a proteolytic enzyme formed in the intestine from trypsinogen, is presented.
- tryptic. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p2382
A definition of the medical term "tryptic," which means relating to trypsin, is presented.
- Changes of trypsin in activity and secondary structure induced by complex with trypsin inhibitors and tea polyphenol. Huihua Huang; Mouming Zhao // European Food Research & Technology;Jun2008, Vol. 227 Issue 2, p361
AbstractÂ Â To reveal the relationships between the activity of trypsin and its structural change, changes of trypsin in biological activity induced by complex with Bowman-Birk trypsin inhibitor (BBTI), Kunitz soybean trypsin inhibitor (KSTI, type I-S) and tea polyphenol (TP) were detected...
- The time and place for digestive enzymes. // British Medical Journal;10/1/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6091, p848
Evaluates the functions of digestive enzymes. Implications of the confinement of the enzyme in a short segment of the intestine; Influence of the changes in concentrations of other digestive substance; Effects on trypsin secretion.
- TRYPTAR IN THE TREATMENT OF DIABETIC GANGRENE. Samuels, Saul S. // Angiology;Dec1951, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p589
Examines the use of tryptar, derived from mammalian pancreatic glands, in the treatment of diabetic gangrene. Means of removing and separating gangrenous tissue in diabetic gangrene; Details on the process of removal of gangrenous tissue; Availability of the purified crystalline form of trypsin...
- Biological Significance of Polymorphism in Legume Protease Inhibitors from the Bowman-Birk Family. Clemente, Alfonso; Domoney, C. // Current Protein & Peptide Science;Jun2006, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p201
Naturally occurring protease inhibitors (PI) of the Bowman-Birk type constitute a major PI family in cereal and legume seeds. The family name is derived from the names of the two investigators who characterised the first inhibitor of this type, the Bowman-Birk inhibitor from soybean (BBI). These...
- Two Kunitz-Type Inhibitors with Activity Against Trypsin and Papain from Pithecellobium dumosum Seeds: Purification, Characterization, and Activity Towards Pest Insect Digestive Enzyme. Oliveira, A. S.; Migliolo, L.; Aquino, R. O.; Ribeiro, J. K. C.; Macedo, L. L. P.; Bemquerer, M. P.; Santos, E. A.; Kiyota, S.; de Sales, M. P. // Protein & Peptide Letters;Dec2009, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p1526
Two trypsin inhibitors (called PdKI-3.1 and PdKI-3.2) were purified from the seeds of the Pithecellobium dumosum tree. Inhibitors were obtained by TCA precipitation, affinity chromatography on Trypsin-Sepharose and reversed-phase-HPLC. SDS-PAGE analysis with or without reducing agent showed that...