proteinase inhibitors

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proteinase inhibitors

small serine proteinase inhibitor

Inhibition of the 20S Proteosome by a Protein Proteinase Inhibitor: Evidence That a Natural Serine Proteinase Inhibitor Can Inhibit a Threonine Proteinase

Bombyx Cysteine Proteinase Inhibitor (BCPI) Homologous to Propeptide Regions of Cysteine Proteinases Is a Strong, Selective Inhibitor of Cathepsin L-like Cysteine Proteinases

Use of inhibitors to identify essential cysteine proteinases of Trichomonas vaginalis

HIV-proteinase inhibitors in the management of HIV-infection

Production, purification and characterisation of recombinant Fahsin, a novel antistasin-type proteinase inhibitor

Emergence of resistant variants of HIV in vivo during monotherapy with the proteinase inhibitor saquinavir.

Identification and Characterisation of Proteinase Inhibitors and Their Genes from Seeds of Apple (Malus domestica)

In Vivo Resistance to a Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Proteinase Inhibitor: Mutations, Kinetics, and Frequencies

The Nightshade Proteinase Inhibitor IIb Gene is Constitutively Expressed in Glandular Trichomes

Bowman–Birk Proteinase Inhibitor Confers Heavy Metal and Multiple Drug Tolerance in Yeast

Requirement for hydrophobic Phe residues in Pleurotus ostreatus proteinase A inhibitor 1 for stable inhibition

Expression of the alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor gene family during evolution of the genus Mus.

Patterns of divergence during evolution of alpha 1-proteinase inhibitors in mammals.

A New Sugar Chain of the Proteinase Inhibitor from Latex of Carica papaya

Antimalarial Effects of HIV Proteinase Inhibitors: Common Compounds but Structurally Distinct Enzymes

Pepstatin A, an Aspartic Proteinase Inhibitor, Suppresses RANKL-Induced Osteoclast Differentiation

Effects of hydrophobic amino acid substitution in Pleurotus ostreatus proteinase A inhibitor 1 on its structure and functions as protease inhibitor and intramolecular chaperone


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A variety of endogenous inhibitors that regulate the activity of peptidases. An antileukoprotease that inhibits neutrophil lysosomal elastase and cathepsin G is found in seminal fluid (human seminal plasma inhibitor-I, HUSI-I, 138 aa) and in various mucous secretions (secretory leucocyte protease inhibitor). Protease inhibitors have become the casual name for antiviral drugs. See alpha-1-antitrypsin; alpha-2-macroglobulin; serpins.

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