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Proteases : Structure and Function.

Author: Klaudia Brix; Walter Stöcker
Publisher: New York : Springer Feb. 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Klaudia Brix; Walter Stöcker
ISBN: 9783709108840 3709108845
OCLC Number: 876284623
Target Audience: Scholarly & Professional
Description: 1 online resource (600 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1 Protease families, evolution and mechanisms of action "Set the stage".- 1.1 Enzyme families, prototypes and catalytic mechanisms.- 1.2 Enzyme kinetics, mathematical modelling and perspectives.- 1.3 Structure determination and search for inhibitors.- 2 Regulation of proteolysis "Positioning and teaming-up to control activity".- 2.1 Compartmentalization of proteolysis.- 2.2 Biosynthesis of lysosomal proteases.- 2.3 Interactions of proteases and inhibitors / networking in the degradome.- 2.4 In vivo analysis of the protease and inhibitors concert.- 3 Proteases in development "Born to be right".- 3.1 Proteases for pattern formation during morphogenesis.- 3.2 Proteases in death pathways (apoptosis, necrosis).- 4 Proteases in physiology and pathophysiology "Cleave to function in health or to cause disease".- 4.1 Protein turnover and signaling functions (degrade to rebuild, remodel, process and mature for signalling).- 4.2 Proteases in control of physiology.- 4.3 Cancer: invasion and metastasis.- 4.4 Bacterial proteases.- 4.5 Viral proteases.


Proteolysis is an irreversible posttranslational modification affecting each and every protein from its biosynthesis to its degradation. In particular, we are becoming aware of the subtle role that  Read more...


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