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CTSCClinical and Translational Science Center (University of California at Davis)
CTSCCathepsin
CTSCChenega Technology Services Corporation
CTSCCanadian Technical Security Conference (Burlington, ON, Canada)
CTSCCommunity Treatment and Services Center
CTSCComputerized Test of Self-Control
CTSCClustered Tunnel Server Configuration
CTSCCountrywide Tax Service Corporation
CTSCCarlton Trail Ski Club (Canada)
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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.