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The soybean trypsin inhibitor has been tested for cell culture applications. It has been used in a study to assess the potential application in animal cell culture of an alkaline protease from a non-toxigenic mangrove isolate of Vibri sp. V26. It has also been used in a study to improve the detection of fungi in eosinophilic mucin. It is an inhibitor of trypsin factor Xa, plasmin and neutrophil elastase.
Canting Guo; Saied Ghadersohi; Gail M.Kephart; Roger A.Laine; David A.Sherris; Hirohita Kita; Jens U.Ponikau. Improving the detection of fungi in eosinophilic mucin: seeing what we could not see before. Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery. 2012, 147,(5), 943-949.
K.Manjusha; P.Jayesh; Divya Jose; B.Sreelakshmi; P.Priyaja; Prem Gopinath; A.V.Saramma; I.S.Bright Singh. Alkaline protease from a non-toxigenic mangrove isolate of Vibrio sp. V26 with potential application in animal cell culture. Cytotechnology. 2012, 65,(2), 199-212.
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