Trypsin-kinase in blood

Iyengar, N. K. (1942) Trypsin-kinase in blood Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Section B, 15 (2). pp. 106-111. ISSN 0370-0097

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A clear picture of the proteolytic system existing in blood has been presented. The possibility of the presence of a trypsin-kinase in blood has been discussed. The red blood cells and the platelets have been examined for the presence of trypsin-kinase. Red blood cells do not contain the kinase. The experiments reported in this paper strongly suggest the presence of trypsin-kinase in platelets, which is capable of liberating the trypsin from the inhibitor compound present in acetone precipitated plasma proteins.

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