KLK11

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KLK11

A gene on chromosome 19q13.33 that encodes a possible multifunctional serine protease which is expressed in the brain, skin and prostate.
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Matriptase (also known as MT-SP1, ST14, TADG-15 and epithin) is a trypsin-like protease from the family of type II transmembrane serine proteases.
This shedding may be caused by trypsin-like protease activity, and the presence of such factors in BT products suggests a carryover of fermentation products as noted for [Beta]-lactamase (5,13).
The high content in basic residues of AMPs favors degradation by the trypsin-like proteases (Andreu & Rivas 1998), as observed in our experiments.