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Identification and characterization of human polyserase-3, a novel protein with tandem serine-protease domains in the same polypeptide chain

Identification and characterization of human polyserase-3, a novel protein with tandem serine-protease domains in the same... Read More

Data-Mining Approaches Reveal Hidden Families of Proteases in the Genome of Malaria Parasite

LETTER Data-Mining Approaches Reveal Hidden Families of Proteases in the Genome of Malaria Parasite Yimin Wu1,4, Xiangyun... Read More

Hsv-1 icp35 protease

Hsv-1 icp35 protease (Science: enzyme) Has been sequenced; responsible for proteolytic processing of infected cell protein... Read More

UCSB researchers discover new biotechnology to identify and engineer substrates for proteases

This technology should help solve the puzzles of cancer, Alzheimer’s, atherosclerosis and infectious diseases. Santa... Read More

V8 protease

Definition noun A serine protease isolated from Staphylococcus aureus strain V8, capable of cleaving peptide bonds on the... Read More

Hslvu protease

Hslvu protease (Science: enzyme) An ATP-dependent protease in e. Coli; composed of 2 heat shock proteins, the hslu atpase... Read More

V2 protease

V2 protease (Science: enzyme) isolated from virulent strain of dichelobacter nodosus; differs from b2 protease by a single... Read More

Hiv protease inhibitors

Hiv protease inhibitors inhibitors of hiv protease, an enzyme required for production of proteins needed for viral... Read More

Pla protease

Pla protease (Science: enzyme) surface protease from a plasmid of yersinia pestis with plasminogen activator and coagulase... Read More

Tail-specific protease

tail-specific protease (Science: enzyme) Selectively degrades proteins with nonpolar c termini Registry number: EC... Read More

Epip serine protease

Epip serine protease (Science: enzyme) From staphylococcus epidermidis; epip is the processing enzyme that cleaves mature... Read More

Epra1 protease

Epra1 protease (Science: enzyme) An extracellular protease from aeromonas hydrophila; genbank u93600 registry number: EC... Read More

Protease inhibitor

protease inhibitor A drug that binds to and blocks hIV protease from working, thus preventing the production of new... Read More

Group-specific protease

Group-specific protease (Science: enzyme) a serine protease, obtained from rat small intestine, which preferentially... Read More

Bowman birk protease inhibitors

Bowman birk protease inhibitors (Science: pharmacology) family of serine protease inhibitors found in seeds of leguminous... Read More

Ah-101 thermostable alkaline protease

Ah-101 thermostable alkaline protease (Science: enzyme) isolated from bacillus sp. No. Ah-101; has sequence similarity to... Read More

In harshest environments, some proteins protected by ‘alternate’ folding mode

Beset by peers trying to tear them apart, proteins known as proteases constantly risk destruction. UCSF scientists have... Read More

Masp-2 protease

Masp-2 protease (Science: enzyme) Masp = mannan-binding lectin (mbl)-associated serine proteinase. registry number: EC... Read More

Spore germination protease

spore germination protease (Science: enzyme) isolated from baccilus. Registry number: EC... Read More

Er-60 protease

Er-60 protease (Science: enzyme) Has been sequenced; amino acid sequence is similar to that of phosphoinositide-specific... Read More

Prohormone thiol protease

prohormone thiol protease (Science: enzyme) catalyses the final step of (met)enkephalin sythesis in chromaffin... Read More

Degp protease

Degp protease (Science: enzyme) Cleaves thE colicin a lysis protein precursor into 2 acetylated fragments; essential for E... Read More

Npr protease

Npr protease (Science: enzyme) mw 35 kD; from streptomyces cacaoi; the propeptide plays an important role in maturation and... Read More

Pr1 serine protease

Pr1 serine protease (Science: enzyme) isolated from verticillium chalmydosporium Registry number: EC... Read More

Lon protease

Lon protease (Science: enzyme) An enzyme that degrades a bacterial protein and stops cell division until chromosomal repair... Read More

Protease inhibitors

protease inhibitors compounds which inhibit or antagonise biosynthesis or actions of... Read More

Virus activating protease

virus activating protease (Science: enzyme) Endoprotease from chick embryo; activates para- and orthomyoxovirus fusion... Read More

Fiv protease

Fiv protease (Science: enzyme) 116 amino acids; an intermediate between hiv (99 amino acids and rsv (124 amino acids)... Read More

Ns2-3 protease

NS2-3 protease (Science: enzyme) Cleaves ns2 from ns3 in the hepatitis c virus polyprotein precursor; may be a... Read More

Serine protease

serine protease (Science: enzyme) One of a group of endoproteases from both animal and bacterial sources that share a common... Read More

Protease

protease (Science: enzyme) A proteinase which is any enzyme that catalyses the splitting of interior peptide bonds in a... Read More

Serine protease inhibitor

serine protease inhibitor A class of highly polymorphic inhibitors of trypsin, elastase, and certain other proteases... Read More

Gp160 processing protease

Gp160 processing protease (Science: enzyme) Converts hiv gp160 to gp120 and gp41, cleaving between arg511 and... Read More

Design of a trans protease lentiviral packaging system that produces high titer virus

Karen A Westerman1, Zhujun Ao2, Éric A Cohen2 and Philippe Leboulch3 1Brigham and Women's Hospital, Department of... Read More

Protease nexin

protease nexin (Science: protein) specific inhibitor of urokinase, thrombin and plasmin. Reported to influence neurite... Read More

Ab-c protease

Ab-c protease (Science: enzyme) From agkistrodon bilineatus; activates protein c; inhibited by calcium; amino acid sequence... Read More

Metal-containing Compounds Show Promise As HIV Weapon

A molecule consisting of two "cages" of metallic atoms bound to carbon has shown great promise in preliminary... Read More

UCSB researchers discover new biotechnology to identify

This technology should help solve the puzzles of cancer, Alzheimer's, atherosclerosis and infectious diseases.Santa... Read More

Serine proteases

serine protease (Science: enzyme) One of a group of endoproteases from both animal and bacterial sources that share a common... Read More

Kallikrein 10

Definition noun A recently discovered serine protease member that is physiologically significant in ovarian and breast... Read More