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Over-expression of calpastatin aggravates cardiotoxicity induced by doxorubicin

Overexpression of a calpastatin transgene in mdx muscle reduces dystrophic pathology

Downregulation of Calpastatin in Rat Heart after Brief Ischemia and Reperfusion

Autoantibodies against human calpastatin in rheumatoid arthritis: epitope mapping and analysis of patient sera.

Calpain–calpastatin: a novel, complete calcium-dependent protease system in human spermatozoa

Over-expression of calpastatin inhibits calpain activation and attenuates myocardial dysfunction during endotoxaemia

Mycoplasma hyorhinis upregulates calpastatin and inhibits calpain-dependent proteolysis in SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells

Calpastatin-mediated inhibition of calpains in the mouse brain prevents mutant ataxin 3 proteolysis, nuclear localization and aggregation, relieving Machado–Joseph disease

Characteristic properties of endoplasmic reticulum membrane m-calpain, calpastatin and lumen m-calpain: a comparative study between membrane and lumen m-calpains

Caspases Cleave the Amino-Terminal Calpain Inhibitory Unit of Calpastatin during Apoptosis in Human Jurkat T Cells

Four Types of Calpastatin Isoforms with Distinct Amino-Terminal Sequences Are Specified by Alternative First Exons and Differentially Expressed in Mouse Tissues

Overexpression of the calpain-specific inhibitor calpastatin reduces human alpha-Synuclein processing, aggregation and synaptic impairment in [A30P]αSyn transgenic mice

Autoantibodies to the 27 C‐terminal amino acids of calpastatin are detected in a restricted set of connective tissue diseases and may be useful for diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis in community cases of very early arthritis

 

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A protein, found in liver and erythrocytes of several mammals, that is a specific calpain inhibitor. Four characteristic domains are involved in the inhibitory action.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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