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Purification of aminopeptidase A in human serum and degradation of angiotensin II by the purified enzyme.
Abstract 1. 1. Aminopeptidase A, which is activated by Ca 2+ and specifically hydrolyzes N-terminal dicarboxylic amino acids, was purified from human serum approx. 700-fold. α- l -GlutamylExpand
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STUDIES ON THE MUCOPROTEINS OF HUMAN PLASMA. I. DETERMINATION AND ISOLATION.
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Trypsin inhibitors of human serum. II. Isolation of the alpha 1-inhibitor and its partial characterization.
  • H. Bundy, J. Mehl
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 1 May 1959
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Trypsin inhibitors of human serum. I. Standardization, mechanism of reaction, and normal values.
  • H. Bundy, J. Mehl
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • The Journal of clinical investigation
  • 1 July 1958
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Macroglobulin from Human Plasma Which Forms an Enzymaticaliy Active Compound with Trypsin
The protein from human plasma which forms an enzymatically active complex with trypsin and is able to protect trypsin from inhibition by soybean trypsin inhibitor has been shown to be anExpand
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Separation of Plasma Thromboplastin Antecedent (PTA) and Hageman Factor (HF) from Human Plasma.∗
Summary 1) Hageman factor and plasma thromboplastin antecedent have been separated from human plasma and each other by ion exchange chromatography. 2) The defect in “exhausted plasma” is notExpand
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THE CONDUCTIVITIES OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF GLYCINE, d,l-VALINE, AND l-ASPARAGINE
1. The conductivities of aqueous solutions of glycine, d,l-valine, and l-asparagine have been determined, and comparisons have been made with similar data reported in the literature. 2. On the basisExpand
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VISCOSITY AND THE SHAPE OF PROTEIN MOLECULES.
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