Influence of partial unfolding and aggregation of human stefin B (cystatin B) EPM1 mutants G50E and Q71P on selective cleavages by cathepsins B and S.
The endolysosomal system in cell death and survival.
N-terminally truncated forms of human cathepsin F accumulate in aggresome-like inclusions.
New uses for old drugs: attempts to convert quinolone antibacterials into potential anticancer agents containing ruthenium
Stefin B deficiency reduces tumor growth via sensitization of tumor cells to oxidative stress in a breast cancer model.
The proinflammatory cytokines interleukin-1α and tumor necrosis factor α promote the expression and secretion of proteolytically active cathepsin S from human chondrocytes
SACE_5599, a putative regulatory protein, is involved in morphological differentiation and erythromycin production in Saccharopolyspora erythraea.
Membrane damage by an α-helical pore-forming protein, Equinatoxin II, proceeds through a succession of ordered steps.
The role of initial oligomers in amyloid fibril formation by human stefin B.
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