rotamase

ro·ta·mase

(rō'ta-māz),
Enzyme capable of altering the rotational conformation of a molecule.

ro·ta·mase

(rō'tă-mās)
Enzyme capable of altering the rotational conformation of a molecule.
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CnIs and their analogs also display neuroprotective effects in Parkinson disease, although it is not entirely clear whether their beneficial actions proceed through Cn or via the suppression of the rotamase activity of their immunophilin ligands, given that the latter have been found to accelerate the aggregation of [alpha]-synuclein, the fundamental causative event of Parkinson disease (36).
PPIases, also known as rotamases or foldases, catalyze the isomerization of peptide bonds in which one of the adjacent amino acids is proline (Scholz et al.