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A novel mutation of cathepsin C gene in Papillon-Lefevre syndrome.
Results: The highest number of metastatic axillary lymph nodes and the highest rate of cathepsin D staining were statistically found in the cases with positive axillary lymph node metastasis and extranodal tumor invasion.
Inhibition of JNK pathway impairs ultraviolet A-induced cathepsin L expression and enzymatic activity
2010a) demonstrated it is an aspartic peptidase, cathepsin D, functioning in the digestive system of European and American lobsters; although we found evidence of serine peptidases, those enzymes that are active in alkaline conditions (pH 8.
Odanacatib is a cathepsin K inhibitor, one of a member of a class of proteases.
Metalloproteases and cathepsin activity was visualized by 1DZ and 2DZ.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape for Cathepsin S (EC 3.
Abs specific for phospho-ERKl/2 (#9101, rabbit), phospho-Akt (#9271, rabbit), phospho-JNK (#9751, rabbit), phospho-p38 MAPK (#9211, rabbit), phospho-inhibitor of NF-[kappa]B alpha (IvBa) (#2859, rabbit), c-Fos (#2250, rabbit), and phosphocFos (#5348, rabbit), were purchased from Cell Signaling Technology (Danvers, MA, USA), Cathepsin K Ab was prepared as described previously (Kamiya et al.
Three observations tipped off the researchers that cathepsin B--a somewhat understudied protein--could be of interest.
In many invertebrate groups, cathepsin L proteases have been identified as major components of the gut digestive enzymes.
We hypothesized that plasma concentrations of cathepsin S and cystatin C would differ between COPD patients, subjects with cough and sputum, and healthy smokers and nonsmokers.