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Purification and characterization of trypsin from intestinal and pyloric caecal tissues from the silk snapper, Lutjanus vivanus (Cuvier, 1828)
In an effort to better understand the chemical digestion of proteins in the silk snapper, Lutjanus vivanus (Cuvier, 1828), and thereby obtain a deeper understanding of how this fish meets its dietary needs for amino acids ...
Fluorescent based assessment of trypsin activity vs total proteases in the queen triggerfish, Balistes vetula
Amino acids that comprise proteins constitute essential nutrients for any animal organism. Indeed they are directly related to its growth and maintenance. Protein assimilation depends on the catalytic properties of ...
Purification and kinetic characterization of trypsin from the intestine and pyloric caeca of the white grunt, Haemulon plumierii, (Lacepède, 1801)
Trypsin is one of several animal digestive proteases whose activities collectively breakdown ingested proteins to facilitate gut amino acid absorption. The goals of this research were to purify and characterize trypsin ...