Worthington Tissue Dissociation Guide
Dissociating Enzymes: Trypsin Inhibitor (Soybean)
The trypsin inhibitor from soybean inactivates trypsin on an equimolar basis; however it exhibits no effects on the esterolytic, proteolytic or elastolytic activities of porcine elastase. Cell isolation procedures occasionally call for a trypsin inhibitor, usually the inhibitor from soybean (Worthington code SIC).
More Information: Worthington Trypsin Inhibitor (soybean)
Tissue Tables (references, grouped by tissue type and species)
Note: We have not limited the references listed to only those papers using Worthington enzymes. Generally speaking, the tissue dissociation enzymes offered by Worthington can be used interchangeably for most preparations cited.