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作者 Weaver, Kirk
書名 Trypsin : Structure, Biosynthesis and Functions
出版項 Hauppauge : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2012
©2012
國際標準書號 9781619423213 (electronic bk.)
9781619423190
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (202 pages)
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系列 Protein Biochemistry, Synthesis, Structure and Cellular Functions
Protein Biochemistry, Synthesis, Structure and Cellular Functions
附註 Intro -- TRYPSIN -- TRYPSIN -- Contents -- Preface -- Trypsin and its Implementations for Growth, Maturation, and Dietary Quality Assessment -- Introduction -- Expressions of Trypsin Isozymes -- Association with Consumption and Growth -- Association with T/C Ratio, Plasma Insulin, and Free Amino Acids -- Digestion Ability Study -- Characterization of Trypsin Isozymes -- Food Utilization Efficiency and Growth Studies -- Trypsin and Hormone Secretions -- Trypsin, Chymotrypsin, and T/C Ratio -- Trypsin, T/C Ratio, and Free Amino Acids -- Oocyte Maturation Studies -- Proteomic Study -- Trypsin-Like Specific Activity and Free Amino Acids -- Trypsin-Like Specific Activity, T/C Ratio, and Protein Turnover Rate -- Dietary Quality Assessment -- In Vitro Digestibility of Dietary Protein -- In Vitro Protein Digestibility and Protein Quality -- In Vitro Protein Digestibility and Standardized by Trypsin Activity -- In Vitro Digestibility Study for Plankton Quality -- Relationships of Different Biological Parameters -- Trypsin, Chymotrypsin, T/C Ratio, and Growth -- Protein Mobilization during Maturation -- Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Trypsins from Submammalian Vertebrates with Special Emphasis on Fish -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Anguilla Japonica (Eel) -- Asterina Pectinifera (Starfish) -- Boops Boops (Bogue) -- Coryphaenoides Pectoralis (Pectoral Rattail) -- Ctenopharyngodon Idellus (Grass Carp) -- Engraulis Encrasicholus (Anchovy) -- Engraulis Japonicus (Japanese Anchovy) -- Gadus Morhua (Cod) -- Gadus ogac (Greenland Cod) -- Lithognathus Mormyrus (Striped Seabream) -- Mustelus Mustelus (Smooth Hound) -- Oncorhynchus sp. (Pacific Salmon) -- Oncorhynchus Keta (Chum Salmon) -- Oncorhynchus Masou (Masu Salmon) -- Oncorhynchus Tshawytscha (Chinook Salmon) -- Oreochromis Niloticus x O.aureus (Hybrid Tilapia)
Pomatomus Saltatrix (Bluefish) -- Protopterus Aethiopicus (African Lungfish) -- Salmo Salar (Atlantic Salmon) -- Sarda sarda (Atlantic Bonito) -- Sardinops Sagax Caerulea (Monterey Sardine) -- Thunnus Tonggo (Tongol Tuna) -- Xenopus Laevis -- Bufo Arenarum (Toad) -- Bothrops Atrox (Snake) -- Bothrops Jararaca (Snake) -- Struthio Camelus (Ostrich) -- Discussion -- References -- Functions/Applications of Trypsin in Food Processing and Food Science Research -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Sources of Trypsin Preparation for Food Applications -- 3. The Applications of Trypsin to Improve Functional Properties of Food Proteins -- 3.1. Functional Properties of Food Ingredients/Components -- 3.2. Limited Hydrolysis of Food Proteins Using Trypsin for Functional Properties Improvement -- 4. Application of Trypsin for the Productionof Food-Derived Bioactive Peptides -- 5. Enzymatic Modifications for Reducing Allergenicity of Food Proteins -- 6. Applications of Trypsin in Food Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Trypsin-Treated Erythrocytes Competition with Lectin-Specific Carbohydrates: Mushroom Lectins Select a Winner -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Trypsin-stimulated Agglutination of Animal Erythrocytes -- 3. Trypsin-treated Erythrocytes as a Perfect Test-system for Extracellular Lectin Activity of L. Edodes -- Why S3 Could Play a Regulatory Role? -- 4. Human Trypsinized Erythrocytes for Exploring a Blood-group Specificity of Mushroom Lectins -- 5. Trypsin-assisted Revision of the Erythrocytes Surface Opposes Grifola Frondosa Lectin -- 6. Trypsin-treated Erythrocytes in Visualization of Fungal Lectin - antibodies Interactions -- 6.1. Results -- 6.2. Discussion -- References -- Protease-Activated Receptor 2 in the Enteric Nervous System -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Enteric Nervous System Structure and Function
The Enteric Nervous System and Gastrointestinal Disease -- Par2 in the Enteric Nervous System -- Trypsin and Tryptase in the Enteric Nervous System -- Myenteric Neuron Response to Trypsin and Tryptase -- Enteroglial Cell Response to Trypsin and Tryptase -- Trypsin, Tryptase and Par2 in Gastrointestinal Disease -- Inflammatory Bowel Disease -- Irritable Bowel Syndrome -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Trypsin Acts as an Activating Enzyme in Gut Innate Immunity -- Abstract -- Pancreatic Enzymes are Produced in Small Intestinal Paneth Cells -- The Functional Role of Paneth Cells -- Paneth Cell Trypsin Mediates the Activation of Antimicrobial Peptides Involved in Human Innate Immunity -- Future Studies with Paneth Cell Trypsin -- Reference -- Two Independent Reactive Sites in the Bifunctional Inhibitor of Alfa-Amylase and Trypsin -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Materials and Methods -- Results and Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Quantitative LC-MS Analysis of Proteins Using Trypsin and CNBr Generated Marker-Peptides: Proof-of-Concept Study on Cystatin C -- Abstract -- Absolute Quantitative Analysis of Proteins -- Mass Spectrometry of Proteins and Peptides -- Electrospray Ionization -- Electrospray Ionization of Peptides and Proteins -- Protein/Peptide Fragmentation -- The Marker-Peptide Approach in Absolute Quantitation of Proteins -- The Proof-of-Concept Protein Cystatin C and its Internal Standard Protein Chicken Egg White Cystatin -- Why Cystatin C? -- Cystatin C Structure -- A Protein Analogue as Internal Standard: Chicken Egg White Cystatin -- Enzymatic Protein Proteolysis: In-Solution Tryptic Digestion -- Chemical Protein Proteolysis: The Cyanogen Bromide Alternative -- The Influence of the Proteolysis Approach to the Selection of the Marker-Peptides -- Chemical CNBr Proteolysis Results
Application of the Marker-Peptide Approach to Real Biological Samples: Issues to Consider -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
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