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Possible Role of Histone H1 in the Regulation of Furin-dependent Proprotein Processing

PCSK9 (Proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9) inhibitors: past, present, and the future

Biology of proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin 9: beyond low-density lipoprotein cholesterol lowering

Neurological effects of proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 inhibitors: direct comparisons

Engineering of α1-antitrypsin variants selective for subtilisin-like proprotein convertases PACE4 and PC6: Importance of the P2′ residue in stable complex formation of the serpin with proprotein convertase

Cleavage of endometrial α-integrins into their functional forms is mediated by proprotein convertase 5/6

An arthropod enzyme, Dfurin 1, and a vertebrate furin homolog display distinct cleavage site sequence preferences for a shared viral proprotein substrate

Inhibition of Proprotein Convertases Abrogates Processing of the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Spike Protein in Infected Cells but Does Not Reduce Viral Infectivity

Proprotein convertase furin enhances survival and migration of vascular smooth muscle cells via processing of pro-nerve growth factor

Engineering of α1-antitrypsin variants with improved specificity for the proprotein convertase furin using site-directed random mutagenesis

Characterisation of de novo mutations in the C-terminal domain of proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9

Analysis of genes to predict the effects of proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9-inhibitors and statins

MBTPS1/SKI-1/S1P proprotein convertase is required for ECM signaling and axial elongation during somitogenesis and vertebral development


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An inactive form of a protein, having an additional sequence that is removed by a protease to yield the active protein; a classic example is proinsulin. A zymogen is a form of proprotein, sometimes referred to as a proenzyme.


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