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cysteine proteases


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cysteine proteases

cysteine proteases

The caspase family of cysteine proteases

Cysteine Proteases of Trichomonas vaginalis Degrade Secretory Leukocyte Protease Inhibitor

Isolation of the Protease Component of Maize Cysteine Protease-Cystatin Complex: Release of Cystatin is not Crucial for the Activation of the Cysteine Protease

C1A cysteine protease–cystatin interactions in leaf senescence

Selective Modulation of Superantigen-Induced Responses by Streptococcal Cysteine Protease

A Cysteine Protease from Maize Isolated in a Complex with Cystatin

A chimeric cysteine protease of Plasmodium berghei engineered to resemble the Plasmodium falciparum protease falcipain-2

Differential expression of cysteine proteases in developmental stages of the parasitic ciliate Ichthyophthirius multifiliis

Recombinant expression and characterization of a Xylella fastidiosa cysteine protease differentially expressed in a nonpathogenic strain

The substrate specificity of cruzipain 2, a cysteine protease isoform from Trypanosoma cruzi

Humoral Immune Responses of Africans to Cysteine Protease-Related Antigens of Plasmodium falciparum

Ethylene-sensitivity regulates proteolytic activity and cysteine protease gene expression in petunia corollas

Characterization of Novel Cysteine Proteases from Germinating Cotyledons of Soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill]

Identification of dehydration‐responsive cysteine proteases during post‐harvest senescence of broccoli florets

Quantification of Neutral Cysteine Protease Bleomycin Hydrolase and its Localization in Rat Tissues

Quantification of Neutral Cysteine Protease Bleomycin Hydrolase and its Localization in Rat Tissues

Cysteine protease gene expression and proteolytic activity during senescence of Alstroemeria petals

 

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Proteolytic enzymes in which a cysteine residue resides in the catalytic domain and is required for enzymatic activity. These enzymes form four large superfamilies consisting of at least 30 families, each of which has evolutionarily conserved sequence domains. Examples of cysteine proteases include papain, caspases, cathepsins, and various deubiquitinating enzymes (all of which See).

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