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  • Cathepsins are usually characterized as members of the lysosomal cysteine protease (active site) family and the cathepsin family name has been synonymous with lysosomal proteolytic enzymes. In actuality, the cathepsin family also contains members. — “Cathepsin B: Novel cysteine proteases of the papain family”,
  • The information on this page is seed content provided by an organization. Please help improve this Article by adding to it. If Cathepsin A interacts with the enzymes β-galactosidase and neuraminidase 1, which play a role in the breakdown of complexes of sugar molecules (oligosaccharides). — “Cathepsin A (CTSA) - Medpedia”,
  • Cathepsin L Cathepsin L. Biomolecule. Search. How to use the Biomolecule Search tool. Molecule Name. Keywords. Reset. Species. Species origin of biomolecule. Type. Type of biomolecule. Conjugate/Tag. Dye, affinity tag, or other substance to which the biomolecule is conjugated. Previously selected filters. — “Cathepsin L - Biocompare Buyer's Guide For Life Scientists”,
  • most sensitive and selective substrate for cathepsin E. This substrate might represent a useful tool for monitoring and accurately quantifying cathepsin E, even in crude enzyme preparations selective substrate for cathepsin E. This substrate might represent a useful tool for. — “EC 3.4.23.34 - Cathepsin E”, brenda-
  • Cathepsin G is a serine protease secreted by activated neutrophils that play a role in the inflammatory response. Because neutrophils are known to be invading leukocytes in various tumors, their products may influence the characteristics of tumor. — “Cathepsin G, a Neutrophil Protease, Induces Compact Cell-Cell”,
  • cathepsin B inhibitor; EV: the empty vector expressing cells: HS: horse serum; HUVECs: assay to investigate the role of cathepsin B in angiogenesis. — “Cathepsin B regulates the intrinsic angiogenic threshold of”,
  • Fluorescent Cathepsin Substrates. Cathepsins are ubiquitous lysosomal proteases that are classified according to their active site. Structural differences between various cathepsins result in variations in their substrate specificity and mechanism of inhibition. — “CATHEPSIN”,
  • The world's first wiki where authorship really matters. Due credit and reputation for authors. Imagine a global collaborative knowledge base for original thoughts. Using antibodies raised against recombinant cathepsin P produced in Escherichia coli, a single protein band of 33 kDa was detected by. — “WikiGenes - CTSZ - cathepsin Z”,
  • Ohri SS, Vashishta A, Proctor M, Fusek M, Vetvicka V.: The propeptide of cathepsin D increases proliferation, invasion and metastasis of breast cancer cells. Int J Oncology, 32, 2008 PDF DOCUMENT. more Cathepsin papers. FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this). — “Cathepsin D Information”, glucan.us
  • Cathepsin G is a neutral serine protease that is highly expressed at the promyelocyte stage of myeloid development. Although cathepsin G has previously shown to have broad spectrum antibiotic properties,. — “Blood -- Normal Neutrophil Function in Cathepsin G-Deficient Mice”,
  • Definition of cathepsin in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of cathepsin. Pronunciation of cathepsin. Translations of cathepsin. cathepsin synonyms, cathepsin antonyms. Information about cathepsin in the free online English dictionary and. — “cathepsin - definition of cathepsin by the Free Online”,
  • All the parameters of haematopoietic reconstitution and adaptive immunity which were measured in this study were found to be normal in the absence of cathepsin D, even though cathepsin D deficiency leads to dysregulation of lysosomal function. Background. — “BioMed Central | Full text | Haematopoietic development and”,
  • Key words: adaptive and innate immunity; apoptosis; cathepsin; immune response; lysosome The cathepsin family contains chiefly cysteine (Cys) proteases, although cathepsins A and. — “SMW - Swiss Medical Weekly - 20648403”, smw.ch
  • cathepsin n. Any of various proteolytic enzymes found in animal tissue that catalyze the hydrolysis of proteins into polypeptides. — “cathepsin: Definition from ”,
  • production traits including muscle post mortem cathepsin activity, several porcine genes encoding cathepsin activity is maintained up to 12 to 18 mo post mortem (Toldrá and Etherington 1988;. — “Single nucleotide polymorphisms in several porcine cathepsin”,
  • Cathepsin B (G60) Antibody detects endogenous levels of total human Cathepsin B (CSTB), part of the papain family of proteases, is a widely expressed lysosomal cysteine endopeptidase (1,2). Like other family members, cathepsin B is produced from a larger precursor form, pro-cathepsin B, which in. — “Cathepsin B (G60) Antibody #3373”,
  • Buy Cathepsin gene silencers from Santa Cruz Biotechnology. RNAi gene silencer products available in siRNA, shRNA Plasmid and shRNA Lentiviral Particle formats. — “Cathepsin Antibody / Cathepsin Antibodies”,
  • 2.2 Cathepsin B. 2.3 Cathepsin D. 3 History. 4 References. 5 External Cathepsin C (cysteine protease) Cathepsin D (aspartyl protease) Cathepsin E (aspartyl. — “Cathepsin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Rabbit polyclonal to Cathepsin B. Cathepsin B is a normal lysosomal proteinase that is expressed in all cells. It is a cysteine endoproteinase structurally and functionally related to. — “Cathepsin B antibody (ab33538) | Abcam”,
  • Cathepsin S was purified from bovine spleen by acid autolysis, (NH4)2SO4 fractionation and chromatography on CM-Sephadex C-50, CM-cellulose and activated-thiol-Sepharose. Cathepsin L was isolated from lysosomal fractions of rat liver, rat kidney and bovine liver. — “Cathepsin S. The cysteine proteinase from bovine lymphoid”, m.nih.gov

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  • is shown bound to the catalytic Cys 29 residue and is in ball and stick format with CPK colors This image was made by Brian Rukamp School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Georgia Tech 1998 Cathepsin D The active site of cathepsin D PDB entry 1lya is shown here bound to an inhibitor pepstatin Pepstatin lies in the active site cleft of cathepsin D where it is hydrogen
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  • nucleosome Double helix DNA strands wrap up the eight histone proteins to form a nucleosome. The modification of these histones is one of the mechanisms in epigenetic inheritance.
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  • Chromatin, Histones & Cathepsin; PMAP Cathepsin L as a protease responsible for proteolytically processing the N-terminal H3 tail. Cell. 2008 Oct 17;135(2) Chromatin is the complex basis of DNA and protein that makes up chromosomes. Changes in chromatin structure are affected by chemical modifications of histone proteins such as methylation (DNA and proteins) and acetylation (proteins), and by non-histone, DNA-binding proteins.
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  • Nucleosome: Histone Octamer and Wrapping DNA Packaging of DNA into chromosomes is achieved through the nucleosome, the basic chromatin unit. In a nucleosome, the core octamer of histones, composed of two H3(red)-H4(green) and H2A(orange)- H2B(blue), is wrapped by the 146 bp DNA in two turns (1AOI.pdb; ref. Luger et al. Nature v389, 251).
  • Zinc(II) ion mediates tamoxifen-induced autophagy and cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cell line From the Springer article: Zinc(II) ion mediates tamoxifen-induced autophagy and cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cell line by: Hwang, Jung Jin; Kim, Ha Na; Kim, Jean; Cho, Dong-Hyung; Kim, Mi Joung; Kim, Yong-Sook; Kim, Yunha; Park, Sung-Jin; Koh, Jae-Young; Live cell confocal microscopic images (1 minutes/frame) of a MCF-7 cell stained with FluoZin-3. Cells were treated with 17 μM tamoxifen and images were obtained from z-series collection (33 z-section images of 1 μm thickness) for 90 minutes. (AVI 483 kb) Journal: BioMetals Vol. 23 Issue 6 DOI: 10.1007/s10534-010-9346-9 Published: 2010-11-08
  • Histones Histones are the chief protein components of chromatin. They act as spools around which DNA winds and they play a role in gene regulation
  • Chromatin "In this animation we'll see the way our DNA is tightly packed up to fit into the nucleus of every cell. The process starts with assembly of a nucleosome, which is formed when eight separate histone protein subunits attach to the DNA molecule. The combined tight loop of DNA and protein is the nucleosome. Six nucleosomes are coiled together and these then stack on top of each other. The end result is a fiber of packed nucleosomes known as chromatin." Essential Cell Biology, Second Edition by Alberts, Bray, Hopkin, Johnson, Lewis, Raff, Roberts, Walter copyright 2004 by Garland Science Publishing
  • Methylation: The Methionine-Methyl Cycle To keep methylation in balance the body must regenerate methionine from homocysteine about three times a day. The hazards of elevated homocysteine have been linked to a number of health conditions. High energy organs like the nervous system, cardiovascular system and musculoskeletal system are especially vulnerable. Having a understanding of what value methylation helps round out the picture. It gives you a healthy focus beyond the dangers of homocysteine.
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  • Zinc(II) ion mediates tamoxifen-induced autophagy and cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cell line From the Springer article: Zinc(II) ion mediates tamoxifen-induced autophagy and cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cell line by: Hwang, Jung Jin; Kim, Ha Na; Kim, Jean; Cho, Dong-Hyung; Kim, Mi Joung; Kim, Yong-Sook; Kim, Yunha; Park, Sung-Jin; Koh, Jae-Young; Live cell confocal microscopic images (2 minutes/frame) of a MCF-7 cell stained with FluoZin-3. Cells were treated with 17 μM tamoxifen and images were obtained from z-series collection (38 z-section images of 1 μm thickness) for 86 minutes. (AVI 170 kb) Journal: BioMetals Vol. 23 Issue 6 DOI: 10.1007/s10534-010-9346-9 Published: 2010-11-08
  • Nuclear and chromatin structure The above video is reposted from the University of California -- Berkeley's Webcast.Berkeley. The original version can be found here webcast.berkeley.edu This video is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.
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  • Histone Deacetylation Deacetylation removes acetyl groups from histone tails, causing the histones to wrap more tightly around the DNA and interfering with the transcription of genes by blocking access by transcription factors. The overall result of histone deacetylation is a global (non specific) reduction in gene expression. Histone Deacetylase involved in a series of pathway in the living system.
  • Autophagy Protects against Sindbis Virus Infection of the Central Nervous System Engulfment of Sindbis virus capsids (red, arrowheads) by mouse embryonic fibroblast autophagic membranes (green). Time-lapse microscopy for 1 hr. (Anthony Orvedahl, Sarah MacPherson, Rhea Sumpter, Zsolt Tallóczy, Zhongju Zou, Beth Levine)
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  • Chromatin domains and the interchromatin compartment form structurally defined and functionally int From the Springer article: Chromatin domains and the interchromatin compartment form structurally defined and functionally interacting nuclear networks by: Albiez, Heiner; Cremer, Marion; Tiberi, Cinzia; Vecchio, Lorella; Schermelleh, Lothar; Dittrich, Sandra; Küpper, Katrin; Joffe, Boris; Thormeyer, Tobias; Hase, Johann; Yang, Siwei; Rohr, Karl; Leonhardt, Heinrich; Solovei, Irina; Cremer, Christoph; Fakan, Stanislav; Cremer, Thomas; Chromatin domains and the interchromatin compartment form structurally defined and functionally interacting nuclear networks Journal: Chromosome Research Vol. 14 Issue 7 DOI: 10.1007/s10577-006-1086-x Published: 2006-11-01
  • Zinc(II) ion mediates tamoxifen-induced autophagy and cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cell line From the Springer article: Zinc(II) ion mediates tamoxifen-induced autophagy and cell death in MCF-7 breast cancer cell line by: Hwang, Jung Jin; Kim, Ha Na; Kim, Jean; Cho, Dong-Hyung; Kim, Mi Joung; Kim, Yong-Sook; Kim, Yunha; Park, Sung-Jin; Koh, Jae-Young; Live cell confocal microscopic images (2 minutes/frame) of MCF-7 cells transfected with LC3-GFP, 60-90 minutes after addition of 17 μM tamoxifen in HBSS. Images were obtained from z-series collections (35 z-section images of 1 μm thickness). (AVI 464 kb) Journal: BioMetals Vol. 23 Issue 6 DOI: 10.1007/s10534-010-9346-9 Published: 2010-11-08
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  • “Find taxine death blog search Cathepsin B-like and cell death in the unicellular human pathogen Leishmania AK El-Fadili, H Zangger, C Desponds, IJ Gonzalez, H Zalila, C Schaff, A Ives, S Masina, JC Mottram and N Fasel”
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  • “Cathepsin-K is a sensitive immunohistochemical marker for detection of micro-granulomas Cathepsin K (Cath-K) is a potent cysteine protease expressed at high levels in activated”
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  • “ALS TDI forum is a free portal that is dedicated to exchange information about ALS, scientific advances in ALS, and treatments for ALS. Superoxide-dependent cathepsin activation is associated with hypertensive myocardial remodeling and represents a target for angiotensin II type 1 receptor blocker”
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  • “In this study, we examined the expression levels of cathepsin D in the autistic brain. cathepsin D in the cerebellum of autistic subjects suggests that, through its regulation”
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  • “ALS TDI forum is a free portal that is dedicated to exchange information about ALS, scientific advances in ALS, and treatments for ALS. It's interesting that sphingosine kinase-1 is cleaved by cathepsin B and increased cathepsin B is also reported in the spinal cord in ALS”
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