Kallikrein-1 (KLK1) is a member of human tissue Kallikrein family. Human KLK1 precursor contains a singal peptide (residues 1 to 18), a short pro peptide (residues 19 to 24) and a mature chain (residues 25 to 262). The function of KLK1 is to cleave Kininogen in order to release the vasoactive Kinin peptide (Lysyl-Bradykinin or Bradykinin). The Kinin peptide controls blood pressure reduction, vasodilation, smooth muscle relaxation and contraction, pain induction and inflammation. KLK1 also plays a role in angiogensis and tumorigenesis.