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Proteases : structure and function

Author: St�ocker, Walter. ; ; Klaudia Brix; Walter Stöcker
Publisher: Vienna : Springer Verlag GmbH, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Proteolysis is an irreversible posttranslational modification affecting each and every protein from its biosynthesis to its degradation. Limited proteolysis regulates targeting and activity throughout the lifetime of proteins. Balancing proteolysis is therefore crucial for physiological homeostasis. Control mechanisms include proteolytic maturation of zymogens resulting in active proteases and the shut down of  Read more...
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Proteases
(OCoLC)858680629
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: St�ocker, Walter. ; ; Klaudia Brix; Walter Stöcker
ISBN: 9783709108857 3709108853
OCLC Number: 869374485
Description: 1 online resource (600 pages)
Contents: Protease Families, Evolution and Mechanism of Action / Neil D. Rawlings --
Kinetics of the Interaction of Peptidases with Substrates and Modifiers / Antonio Baici, Marko Novinec and Brigita Lenarčič --
Compartmentalization of Proteolysis / Klaudia Brix, Christopher J. Scott and Margarete M.S. Heck --
Cathepsins: Getting in Shape for Lysosomal Proteolysis / Ann H. Erickson, Ciro Isidoro, Lukas Mach and John S. Mort --
Limited and Degradative Proteolysis in the Context of Posttranslational Regulatory Networks: Current Technical and Conceptional Advances / Stefan Tholen, Maria Magdalena Koczorowska, Zon Weng Lai and Joern Dengjel ... --
Exploring Systemic Functions of Lysosomal Proteases: The Perspective of Genetically Modified Mouse Models / Martina Gansz, Ursula Kern, Christoph Peters and Thomas Reinheckel --
Astacins: Proteases in Development and Tissue Differentiation / Walter Stöcker and F. Xavier Gomis-Rüth --
Proteases in Death Pathways / Andreas Flütsch and Markus G. Grütter --
ADAM Proteases in Physiology and Pathophysiology: Cleave to Function in Health or to Cause Disease / Joachim Grötzinger and Stefan Rose-John --
Proteases in the Nervous System / Holger Cynis, Stefan F. Lichtenthaler, Leona Wagner and Hans-Ulrich Demuth --
Proteases in the Mammalian Digestive System / S. Gaylen Bradley, Toni M. Antalis and Judith S. Bond --
Calpains in Health and Disease / John Anagli, Kevin K.W. Wang, Yasuko Ono and Hiroyuki Sorimachi --
Metalloproteinases in Cartilage Matrix Breakdown: The Roles in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis / Hideaki Nagase and Gillian Murphy --
MMP-Mediated Collagen Remodeling and Vessel Functions / Agnès Noel and Nor Eddine Sounni --
Proteases in Cancer: Significance for Invasion and Metastasis / Bonnie F. Sloane, Karin List, Barbara Fingleton and Lynn Matrisian.
Responsibility: edited by Klaudia Brix, Walter Stocker.

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Proteolysis is an irreversible posttranslational modification affecting each and every protein, from its biosynthesis to its degradation. This volume explores both the structure and function of  Read more...

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