The aminoacyl radical of aspartic acid.
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Insights into the selective inhibition of Candida albicans Secreted Aspartyl Protease: A docking analysis study.
aspS encoding an unusual aspartyl protease from Sclerotinia sclerotiorum is expressed during phytopathogenesis.
Succinimide formation from aspartyl and asparaginyl peptides as a model for the spontaneous degradation of proteins.
Biochemical characterization of aspartyl phosphate phosphatase interaction with a phosphorylated response regulator and its inhibition by a pentapeptide.
(2016) The aspartyl protease DDI2 activates Nrf1 to compensate for proteasome dysfunction.
The most numerous are cysteine cathepsins (B, H, L), and there are also aspartyl cathepsins (D, E) but these are less numerous.
The HIV-1 protease is a retroviral aspartyl protease that is essential for the life cycle of HIV, the retrovirus that causes AIDS [13].
Henriques, "Candida tropicalis Biofilms: Biomass, Metabolic Activity and Secreted Aspartyl Proteinase Production," Mycopathologia, vol.
Aspartic proteinases (EC 3.4.23) or aspartyl proteinases are endopeptidases having two aspartic acid residues (Asp32 and Asp215, pepsin numbering) within their active site that are vital for their catalytic activity [7].
Renin is an aspartyl protease glycoprotein enzyme that catalyses the restrictive excision of the angiotensinogen (AGT) to angiotensin I (Ang I), an essential component within the processes of the system's activation [8].
Morgenstern et al., "A radiolabeled fully human antibody to human aspartyl (asparaginyl) jhydroxylase is a promising agent for imaging and therapy of metastatic breast cancer," Cancer Biotherapy & Radiopharmaceuticals, vol.