protein degradation

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protein degradation

Aggregate formation inhibits proteasomal degradation of polyglutamine proteins

Tolfenamic Acid and Pancreatic Cancer Growth, Angiogenesis, and Sp Protein Degradation

A Candida albicans metallopeptidase degrades constitutive proteins of extracellular matrix

Protein degradation systems in viral myocarditis leading to dilated cardiomyopathy

Aphid salivary proteases are capable of degrading sieve-tube proteins

Protein degradation by proteasomes: molecular mechanisms of muscle catabolism.

Sphingolipid activator proteins: proteins with complex functions in lipid degradation and skin biogenesis

LOV Domain-Containing F-Box Proteins: Light-Dependent Protein Degradation Modules in Arabidopsis

Phytoplasma-conserved phyllogen proteins induce phyllody across the Plantae by degrading floral MADS domain proteins

Uth1p: a yeast mitochondrial protein at the crossroads of stress, degradation and cell death

Ischemia–reperfusion associated myocardial contractile dysfunction may depend on Ca2+-activated cytoskeleton protein degradation

Phosphorylation of RGS13 by the Cyclic AMP-dependent Protein Kinase Inhibits RGS13 Degradation

Proteomic analysis of Chlamydia pneumoniae-infected HL cells reveals extensive degradation of cytoskeletal proteins

Interactions between proteolytic and non-proteolytic Pseudomonas fluorescens affect protein degradation in a model community

Green fluorescent protein as a visual marker in a p-nitrophenol degrading Moraxella sp.

Induction and enhancement of stress proteins in a trichloroethylene-degrading methanotrophic bacterium, Methylocystis sp. M

Rapid degradation of Pseudomonas fluorescens 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid deaminase proteins expressed in transgenic Arabidopsis

Correlation between apparent activation state of nitrate reductase (NR), NR hysteresis and degradation of NR protein


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The hydrolytic catabolism of proteins that occurs in the intestinal tract during digestion or intracellularly as part of regular turnover or apoptosis. Eukaryotic cells contain several proteolytic systems. The vacuolar ...

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