Cysteine cathepsins are not critical for TNF-alpha-induced cell death in T98G and U937 cells.
Lysosomes as "suicide bags" in cell death: myth or reality?
Biochemical analysis of oligomerization of expanded polyalanine repeat proteins.
A major cathepsin B protease from the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica has atypical active site features and a potential role in the digestive tract of newly excysted juvenile parasites.
Polyalanine tracts directly induce the release of cytochrome c, independently of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore, leading to apoptosis.
Murine and human cathepsin B exhibit similar properties: possible implications for drug discovery.
Autocatalytic processing of procathepsin B is triggered by proenzyme activity.
Macrocypins, a family of cysteine protease inhibitors from the basidiomycete Macrolepiota procera.
The emerging role of cystatins in Alzheimer's disease.
Essential role of Pro 74 in stefin B amyloid-fibril formation: dual action of cyclophilin A on the process.
The mechanism of amyloid-fibril formation by stefin B: temperature and protein concentration dependence of the rates.
Differential protein expression in the corpus callosum (body) of human alcoholic brain.
Phylogenomic analysis of the cystatin superfamily in eukaryotes and prokaryotes.
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