Purification and partial characterization of ostrich skeletal muscle cathepsin
D and its activity during meat maturation.
Also, there was a strong trend in protease inhibition upon brine incorporation, although there were not significant differences in cathepsin
L activity at the ultimate pH between treatments.
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DCA Activates ERK Signaling and Promotes Cathepsin
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A family with Papillon-Lefevre syndrome reveals a requirement for cathepsin
C in granzyme activation and NK cell cytolytic activity.
Conclusion: The present study reveals significant results for the patients diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma through breast biopsy especially before mastectomy in terms of increased number of metastatic axillary lymph nodes and extranodal tumor invasion by immunohistochemical Cathepsin
D stain without any additional invasive intervention.
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These hydrolases, which include the cathepsin
family of proteases, are responsible for degradation, recycling, and disposal of cellular macromolecules .
The activities of cathepsin
K and matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) in the collected media were measured using SensiZyme cathepsin
K assay kit (Sigma-Aldrich) and gelatin zymography, respectively, and the resorbed pits on the plate were observed under light microscope (x100 magnification), as previously described [16, 17].