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Vascular chymase: pathophysiological role and therapeutic potential of inhibition

The extended substrate recognition profile of the dog mast cell chymase reveals similarities and differences to the human chymase

Vasoconstriction by in situ formed angiotensin II: role of ACE and chymase

Chymase inhibition suppresses high-cholesterol diet-induced lipid accumulation in the hamster aorta

Impact of chymase inhibitor on cardiac function and survival after myocardial infarction

Qiliqiangxin Improves Cardiac Function in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats Through the Inhibition of Cardiac Chymase

Chronic chymase inhibition preserves cardiac function after left ventricular repair in rats

Human gastroepiploic artery has greater chymase activity than the internal thoracic artery

Can cardiac fibrosis be prevented? Mast cell inhibition versus anti-chymase activity

Extended cleavage specificity of the mast cell chymase from the crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis): an interesting animal model for the analysis of the function of the human mast cell chymase

Angiotensinogen M235T and chymase gene CMA/B polymorphisms are not associated with nephropathy in type II diabetes

Cardiac chymase converts rat proAngiotensin-12 (PA12) to angiotensin II: effects of PA12 upon cardiac haemodynamics

Mast cell chymase inhibition reduces atherosclerotic plaque progression and improves plaque stability in ApoE−/− mice

Contributions of ACE and mast cell chymase to endogenous angiotensin II generation and leucocyte recruitment in vivo

The extended substrate specificity of the human mast cell chymase reveals a serine protease with well-defined substrate recognition profile

 

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A serine peptidase (EC 3.4.21.39, mast cell protease, 247 aa) that is important in generating angiotensin II in response to injury of vascular tissues, and converts big endothelin 1 to the 31 aa peptide endothelin 1.

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