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Three-phase partitioning of trypsin inhibitor from legume seeds

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35294 45085 2009 8 PDF Available
Title
Three-phase partitioning of trypsin inhibitor from legume seeds
Abstract

Three-phase partitioning (TPP) was used to isolate trypsin inhibitors from navy bean (NB), red kidney bean (RK) and adzuki bean (AZ) from the Royal Project Foundation in Thailand. The method was to mix the crude extract with solid ammonium sulfate (30% saturation, w/v) and tert-butanol (t-butanol) in order to obtain the three phases. The trypsin inhibitor was purified to 5-, 14- and 7-fold with 315%, 441% and 228% recovery for NB, RK and AZ, respectively. The SDS-PAGE showed the major inhibitor band with the molecular weights (MWs) of 132, 118 and 13 kDa for NB, RK and AZ, respectively. The fractions from NB and AZ showed higher pH stability compared to that of the RK, and they had the optimum pH ranges of 7–9. The highest relative inhibitory activity of the fractions of NB and RK were found at 50 °C, and all fractions were quite stable at 90 °C for 60 min of incubation. Increasing the concentration of salt (up to 3%, w/v) did not significantly decrease the inhibitory activity of all fractions (p > 0.05). The trypsin inhibitors from the three legumes were unable to inhibit the autolysis of Pacific whiting and arrowtooth flounder muscles.

Keywords
Adzuki bean; Autolysis; Navy bean; Red kidney bean; Three-phase partitioning; Trypsin inhibitor
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Process Biochemistry - Volume 44, Issue 12, December 2009, Pages 1307–1314
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