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1. Oxidized mucus proteinase inhibitor: a fairly potent neutrophil elastase inhibitor.

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2. Pseudomonas aeruginosa elastase does not inactivate alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor in the presence of leukocyte elastase.

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3. Kinetics of the interaction of chymotrypsin with eglin c.

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4. Kinetic evidence for a two-step mechanism for the binding of chymotrypsin to alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor.

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5. Influence of elastin on the inhibition of leucocyte elastase by alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor and bronchial inhibitor. Potent inhibition of elastin-bound elastase by bronchial...

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6. Heparin accelerates the inhibition of cathepsin G by mucus proteinase inhibitor: potent effect of O-butyrylated heparin.

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7. The Conversion of Active to Latent Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor-1 Is an Energetically Silent Event

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8. Kinetics of the inhibition of human pancreatic elastase by recombinant eglin c. Influence of elastin.

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9. Inhibition of human pancreatic proteinases by mucus proteinase inhibitor, eglin c and aprotinin.

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10. High-affinity binding of two molecules of cysteine proteinases to low-molecular-weight kininogen.

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