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1,703 Possible Causes for Cysteine, Proteases

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  • Skin Infection

    Cysteine protease (Exotoxin B) Pyoderma strains of S. pyogenes can colonize or survive on normal skin surfaces for extended periods.[] Cysteine protease (Exotoxin B) Pyoderma strains of S. pyogenes can colonize or survive on normal skin surfaces for extended periods.[]

  • Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy

    […] acid levels, positive urine sulfite reaction, quantitative aminoacid analysis, and high-voltage electrophoresis of the urine sample showing a typical increase of S-sulfo-L-cysteine[] […] excess of ROS will directly modify or degenerate cellular macromolecules, such as membranes, proteins, lipids, and DNA, and lead to a cascading inflammatory response, and protease[]

  • Forsythia

    We studied the effects of cysteine, DTT, CaCl(2), and various proteinase inhibitors on collagenolytic activity.[] Here, we characterized a subtilisin-like serine protease of T. forsythia referred to as mirolase.[] The organism may produce a cysteine protease, encoded by the prtH gene, which may play a role in the transition from commensal organism to opportunistic pathogen.[]

  • Anisakis

    ANISERP also acted on the cysteine protease cathepsin L.[] We illustrated the use of MISS-Prot in experimental and/or theoretical studies of peptides from Fasciola hepatica cathepsin proteases or present on 10 Anisakis simplex allergens[] ANISERP also acted on the cysteine protease cathepsin L.[]

  • Nasal Polyp

    The effect of hypoxia on the expressions of angiogenesis factors as cysteine-rich 61 (Cyr61) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and neutrophil chemoattractant as[] Activated coagulation factors play important roles not only in thrombosis but also in inflammation through interaction with protease-activated receptors (PAR).[] The concentrations of TF and TFPI released into culture medium by normal human nasal epithelial cells treated with thrombin, protease-activated receptor 1 agonist peptide,[]

  • Leishmania

    However, crude or synthetic based-natural serine protease inhibitors, such as potato tuber extract, Stichodactyla helianthus protease inhibitor I, fukugetin and epoxy-α-lapachone[] The compounds displayed selectivity for the parasitic protozoon Leishmania mexicana cathepsin L-like cysteine protease LmCPB2.8.[] Yeast cells were also viable when only a single cysteine residue was replaced in LtErvC17S.[]

  • Fasciola Gigantica

    Cysteine proteases are important antigens in the liver fluke genus Fasciola, essential for infection, protection and nutrition.[] Cysteine proteinases were purified and tested in vaccine trials of sheep infected with the liver fluke.[] Fasciola eggs is not a sensitive method and immunodiagnosis methods are more applicable for this purpose, so the present study was conducted to compare the somatic (S) and cysteine[]

  • Yersinia Pestis

    Recently Y. pestis cysteine protease YopT has been explored as a potential drug target.[] The bacterial protease Pla contributes to disease progression and manipulation of host immunity, but the mechanisms by which this occurs are largely unknown.[] Glutathionylation, the formation of reversible mixed disulfides between glutathione and protein cysteine residues, is a posttranslational modification previously observed[]

  • Fusobacterium Nucleatum

    All of the detected proteases were inhibited by the serine protease inhibitor PMSF. analysis revealed that all of the detected proteases are encoded by genes encoding an open[] […] encodes a pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP)-dependent enzyme that catalyzes the production of H2S and l-serine from l-cysteine and H2O, an unusual cysteine (hydroxyl) lyase reaction[] […] was isolated from a periodontitis lesion and proposed as a new subspecies based on the comparison of the nucleotide sequences of the RNA polymerase beta subunit and zinc protease[]

  • Promiscuity

    The earthworm serine protease (ESP) is a classic example of enzyme promiscuity and studied for its therapeutic potential over the last few decades.[] A heme-regulated switch embedded in the first enzyme in the pathway can help avert the stochastic production of cysteine versus H2S and control switching between metabolic[] We hypothesized that this conformational quiescence also maintains the substrate specificity of ADAMTS-13 and that the 'open' conformation of the protease might facilitate[]

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