Protein List

Found 17 entries.


ID Name Class Organism Assay Summary
81 SFTI-1 BBI-like trypsin inhibitor Helianthus annus
Helianthus exilis
Helianthus tuberosus
Bifunctional analogues of SFTI-1 found to be resistant to hydrolysis by trypsin. [...]
1293 MCo-AT1-7 Squash trypsin inhibitor Synthetic MCo-AT1-7 showed high stability in human serum, which was more stable than AT1-7 and linear MCo-AT1-7. MCo-AT1-7 was able to increase the intracellular concentration of NO as AT1-7 but not MCOTI-II. [...]
99 [Nlys5]SFTI-1 BBI-like trypsin inhibitor Synthetic Susceptibility of SFTI-1 analogues to cleavage by chymotrypsin and tryspin. [...]
22 des(24-28)kB1 Cyclotide Synthetic Resistance to enzymatic digest shown for kalata B1 and acyclic permutants. Reduced protein was susceptible. [...]
Resistance to enzymatic digest shown for kalata B1 and acyclic permutants. Reduced protein was susceptible. [...]
82 N-SFTI-1-C BBI-like trypsin inhibitor Synthetic Susceptibility of SFTI-1 analogues to cleavage by chymotrypsin and tryspin. [...]
95 BiKK BBI-like trypsin inhibitor Synthetic Bifunctional analogues of SFTI-1 found to be resistant to hydrolysis by trypsin. [...]
96 BiKF BBI-like trypsin inhibitor Synthetic Bifunctional analogues of SFTI-1 found to be resistant to hydrolysis by trypsin. [...]
100 [Nphe5]SFTI-1 BBI-like trypsin inhibitor Synthetic Susceptibility of SFTI-1 analogues to cleavage by chymotrypsin and tryspin. [...]
459 [E7A]kalata B1 Cyclotide Synthetic G6A and E7A mutants of kalata B1 were completely impervious to enzymatic digestion by the three endoproteinases trypsin, chymotrypsin, and proteinase K, as was the prototypic cyclotide kalata B1. [...]
458 [G6A]kalata B1 Cyclotide Synthetic G6A and E7A mutants of kalata B1 were completely impervious to enzymatic digestion by the three endoproteinases trypsin, chymotrypsin, and proteinase K, as was the prototypic cyclotide kalata B1. [...]
18 kalata b1-5 Cyclotide Synthetic Resistance to enzymatic digest shown for kalata B1 and acyclic permutants. Reduced protein was susceptible. [...]
174 cycloviolacin O14 Cyclotide Viola odorata Cycloviolacin O13, O14, O16 and O24 were tested for their stability against proteolytic degradation by pepsin, trypsin and thermolysin.No degradation by proteases was observed for any of the cyclotides tested following 6 hours of incubation with enzymes, while the linear control peptide was completely degraded in less than 5 minutes. [...]
176 cycloviolacin O16 Cyclotide Viola odorata Cycloviolacin O13, O14, O16 and O24 were tested for their stability against proteolytic degradation by pepsin, trypsin and thermolysin.No degradation by proteases was observed for any of the cyclotides tested following 6 hours of incubation with enzymes, while the linear control peptide was completely degraded in less than 5 minutes. [...]
184 cycloviolacin O24 Cyclotide Viola odorata Cycloviolacin O13, O14, O16 and O24 were tested for their stability against proteolytic degradation by pepsin, trypsin and thermolysin.No degradation by proteases was observed for any of the cyclotides tested following 6 hours of incubation with enzymes, while the linear control peptide was completely degraded in less than 5 minutes. [...]
1 kalata B1 Cyclotide Viola odorata
Oldenlandia affinis
Viola tricolor
Viola baoshanensis
Viola yedoensis
Viola philippica
Viola sumatrana Miq
Resistance to enzymatic digest shown for kalata B1 and acyclic permutants. Reduced protein was susceptible. [...]
G6A and E7A mutants of kalata B1 were completely impervious to enzymatic digestion by the three endoproteinases trypsin, chymotrypsin, and proteinase K, as was the prototypic cyclotide kalata B1. [...]
172 violacin A Cyclotide Viola odorata
Psychotria leptothyrsa
violacin A was impervious to digestion by the endopeptidases trypsin and thermolysin following incubation for 6 h [...]
170 cycloviolacin O13 Cyclotide Viola odorata
Viola baoshanensis
Viola uliginosa
Cycloviolacin O13, O14, O16 and O24 were tested for their stability against proteolytic degradation by pepsin, trypsin and thermolysin.No degradation by proteases was observed for any of the cyclotides tested following 6 hours of incubation with enzymes, while the linear control peptide was completely degraded in less than 5 minutes. [...]