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ADAM-10


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ADAM‐10

Reincken, Johann Adam (10 Dec. 1643)

ADAM10 Mediates Vascular Injury Induced by Staphylococcus aureus α-Hemolysin

258. Ashbourne. W. 10 July '71. Mrs. Thrale. Adam.—1788, No. 38.

Blocking ADAM10 synaptic trafficking generates a model of sporadic Alzheimer’s disease

The transcription factor PAX2 regulates ADAM10 expression in renal cell carcinoma

ADAM10 is essential for proteolytic activation of Notch during thymocyte development

972.2. Sa. 10 July '84. William Bowles (Heale). Address: To W. Bowles Esq at Heale near Salisbury. Postmark: 10 IY. Adam.—

616.1. Ashbourne. Th. 10 June '79. Mrs. Thrale. Address: To Henry Thrale Esq in Southwark. Postmark: 12 IV. Adam.—

949. Tu. 13 Apr. '84. Ozias Humphry. Address: To Mr Humphry. Adam.—Boswell 1791, ii. 487, misdated 10 April (Hill iv. 269).

720. Tu. 10 Apr. '81. William Vyse. Address (Malone, now lost?): To the Rev. Dr. Vyse at Lambeth. Adam.—Malone's Boswell 1811, iii. 480.

Whole-exome sequencing identifies ADAM10 mutations as a cause of reticulate acropigmentation of Kitamura, a clinical entity distinct from Dowling-Degos disease

Potential late-onset Alzheimer's disease-associated mutations in the ADAM10 gene attenuate α-secretase activity

The disintegrin/metalloprotease ADAM 10 is essential for Notch signalling but not for α-secretase activity in fibroblasts

P2584Regulation of ADAM10 and its cleavage product soluble Toll-like receptor 2 in myocarditis and post-myocarditis dilated cardiomyopathy

ADAM10-Initiated Release of Notch Intracellular Domain Regulates Microtubule Stability and Radial Migration of Cortical Neurons

212. Tu. 17 Jan. '69. ⟨George Colman.⟩ Adam; known to Hill from Sotheby's catalogue 10 May 1875, where it is called a letter to Garrick. Mr. Adam told me that it is endorsed in Colman's hand.—Letters to F. and G. Colman 1820, 139.

 

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An α‐secretase involved in amyloid peptide precursor proteolysis. It is an endopeptidase, EC 3.4.24.81. See ADAM.

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