Glycine max (soybean)
vial of 5 mg
balanced salt solution: 1 mg/mL
concentrate: >10 mg/mL, hazy, amber-yellow
phosphate buffer: 10 mg/mL
water: 10 mg/mL
serum-free medium: soluble
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Soybean trypsin inhibitor is a mixture of the three types. We have not characterized our trypsin inhibitor products in terms of how much of each of the three types may be present. All three have a molecular weight of between 20,000 and 20,200 daltons, so one might use 20,100 daltons as an average.The three types vary in the amino acids at a few positions. The detailed summary of the three types (or variants) was published in the following linked reference: J. Biochem. (Japan), 98, 435-448 (1985).Note that the authors use Tia, Tib and Tic to indicate the three variants.
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For use as a marker in SDS-PAGE; Albumin from chicken egg white, For use as a marker in SDS-PAGE; L-Lactic Dehydrogenase from rabbit muscle, Type XI, lyophilized powder, 600-1,200 units/mg protein
Natural trypsin Inhibitors also known as serine protease inhibitors (serpins) are the largest and most diverse family of protease inhibitors. Serpins control the activation and catabolism of proteins by the inhibition of serine proteases in vivo.