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    1. Huang, YH; Wang, KKW
      The calpain family and human disease

      TRENDS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    2. Sato, K; Kawashima, S
      Calpain function in the modulation of signal transduction molecules

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Ozaki, Y; Blomgren, K; Ogasawara, MS; Aoki, K; Furuno, T; Nakanishi, M; Sasaki, M; Suzumori, K
      Role of calpain in human sperm activated by progesterone for fertilization

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Diaz, BG; Gross, S; Assfalg-Machleidt, I; Pfeiler, D; Gollmitzer, N; Gabrijelcic-Geiger, D; Stubbs, MT; Fritz, H; Auerswald, EA; Machledit, W
      Cystatins as calpain inhibitors: Engineered chicken cystatin- and stefin B-kininogen domain 2 hybrids support a cystatin-like mode of interaction with the catalytic subunit of mu-calpain

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Chen, M; Fernandez, HL
      Where do Alzheimer's plaques and tangles come from? Aging-induced protein degradation inefficiency

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    6. Hata, S; Nishi, K; Kawamoto, T; Lee, HJ; Kawahara, H; Maeda, T; Shintani, Y; Sorimachi, H; Suzuki, K
      Both the conserved and the unique gene structure of stomach-specific calpains reveal processes of calpain gene evolution

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    7. Ma, H; Fukiage, C; Kim, YH; Duncan, MK; Reed, NA; Shih, M; Azuma, M; Shearer, TR
      Characterization and expression of calpain 10 - A novel ubiquitous calpainwith nuclear localization

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Lollike, K; Johnsen, AH; Durussel, I; Borregaard, N; Cox, JA
      Biochemical characterization of the penta-EF-hand protein grancalcin and identification of L-plastin as a binding partner

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Heussip, G; Young, GM; Miller, VL
      HreP, an in vivo-expressed protease of Yersinia enterocolitica, is a new member of the family of subtilisin/kexin-like proteases

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    10. Masumoto, J; Nakagawa, K; Irie, S; Sorimachi, H; Suzuki, K; Bourenkov, GP; Bartunik, H; Fernandez-Catalan, C; Bode, W; Strobl, S
      Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of recombinant full-length human m-calpain

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
    11. Arthur, JSC; Elce, JS; Hegadorn, C; Williams, K; Greer, PA
      Disruption of the murine calpain small subunit gene, Capn4: Calpain is essential for embryonic development but not for cell growth and division

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Yudin, AI; Goldberg, E; Robertson, KR; Overstreet, JW
      Calpain and calpastatin are located between the plasma membrane and outer acrosomal membrane of cynomolgus macaque spermatozoa

      JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY
    13. Ma, H; Shih, M; Fukiage, C; Azuma, M; Duncan, MK; Reed, NA; Richard, I; Beckmann, JS; Shearer, TR
      Influence of specific regions in Lp82 calpain on protein stability, activity, and localization within lens

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    14. Kato, M; Nonaka, T; Maki, M; Kikuchi, H; Imajoh-Ohmi, S
      Caspases cleave the amino-terminal calpain inhibitory unit of calpastatin during apoptosis in human Jurkat T cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Chen, M; Durr, J; Fernandez, HL
      Possible role of calpain in normal processing of beta-amyloid precursor protein in human platelets

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    16. Barja, F; Jaquet, Y; Perez, RO; Hoch, HC; Ojha, M
      Identification and localization of calcium-dependent protease II in Neurospora crassa and Uromyces appendiculatus

      PROTOPLASMA
    17. Jekely, G; Friedrich, P
      The evolution of the calpain family as reflected in paralogous chromosome regions

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
    18. Croce, K; Flaumenhaft, R; Rivers, M; Furie, B; Furie, BC; Herman, IM; Potter, DA
      Inhibition of calpain blocks platelet secretion, aggregation, and spreading

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    19. Kulkarni, S; Saido, TC; Suzuki, K; Fox, JEB
      Calpain mediates integrin-induced signaling at a point upstream of Rho family members

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Lofvenberg, L; Backman, L
      Calpain-induced proteolysis of beta-spectrins

      FEBS LETTERS
    21. Federici, C; Eshdat, Y; Richard, I; Bertin, B; Guillaume, JL; Hattab, M; Beckmann, JS; Strosberg, AD; Camoin, L
      Purification and identification of two putative autolytic sites in human calpain 3 (p94) expressed in heterologous systems

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    22. Lee, HJ; Tomioka, S; Kinbara, K; Masumoto, H; Jeong, SY; Sorimachi, H; Ishiura, S; Suzuki, K
      Characterization of a human digestive tract-specific calpain, nCL-4, expressed in the baculovirus system

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    23. LEE HJ; SORIMACHI H; JEONG SY; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL TISSUE-SPECIFIC CALPAIN PREDOMINANTLY EXPRESSED IN THE DIGESTIVE-TRACT

      Biological chemistry
    24. Porn-Ares, MI; Samali, A; Orrenius, S
      Cleavage of the calpain inhibitor, calpastatin, during apoptosis

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    25. FOUGEROUSSE F; DURAND M; SUEL L; POURQUIE O; DELEZOIDE AL; ROMERO NB; ABITBOL M; BECKMANN JS
      EXPRESSION OF GENES (CAPN3, SGCA, SGCB, AND TTN) INVOLVED IN PROGRESSIVE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHIES DURING EARLY HUMAN-DEVELOPMENT

      Genomics
    26. MATENA K; BOEHM T; DEAR TN
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION OF MOUSE CAPN5 AND CAPN6 GENES CONFIRMS THAT THEY ARE A DISTINCT CALPAIN SUBFAMILY

      Genomics
    27. BELCASTRO AN; SHEWCHUK LD; RAJ DA
      EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE INJURY - A CALPAIN HYPOTHESIS

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    28. ARTHUR JSC; GREER PA; ELCE JS
      STRUCTURE OF THE MOUSE CALPAIN SMALL-SUBUNIT GENE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    29. UEYAMA H; KUMAMOTO T; FUJIMOTO S; MURAKAMI T; TSUDA T
      EXPRESSION OF 3 CALPAIN ISOFORM GENES IN HUMAN SKELETAL-MUSCLES

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    30. MASUMOTO H; YOSHIZAWA T; SORIMACHI H; NISHINO T; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      OVEREXPRESSION, PURIFICATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN M-CALPAINAND ITS ACTIVE-SITE MUTANT, M-C105S-CALPAIN, USING A BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Journal of Biochemistry (Tokyo)
    31. CARAFOLI E; MOLINARI M
      CALPAIN - A PROTEASE IN SEARCH OF A FUNCTION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    32. DEAR N; MATENA K; VINGRON M; BOEHM T
      A NEW SUBFAMILY OF VERTEBRATE CALPAINS LACKING A CALMODULIN-LIKE DOMAIN - IMPLICATIONS FOR CALPAIN REGULATION AND EVOLUTION

      Genomics
    33. FUJITANI K; KAMBAYASHI J; SAKON M; OHMI SI; KAWASHIMA S; YUKAWA M; YANO Y; MIYOSHI H; IKEDA M; SHINOKI N; MONDEN M
      IDENTIFICATION OF MU-CALPAINS, M-CALPAINS AND CALPASTATIN AND CAPTUREOF MU-CALPAIN ACTIVATION IN ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    34. SPENCER MJ; LU B; TIDBALL JG
      CALPAIN-II EXPRESSION IS INCREASED BY CHANGES IN MECHANICAL LEADING OF MUSCLE IN-VIVO

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    35. JEONG SY; SORIMACHI H; LEE HJ; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CDNAS FOR THE MU-TYPE LARGESUBUNIT AND THE SMALL-SUBUNIT OF CHICKEN CALPAIN

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    36. SORIMACHI H; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      STRUCTURE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-FUNCTION OF CALPAINS

      Biochemical journal
    37. ELCE JS; DAVIES PL; HEGADORN C; MAURICE DH; ARTHUR JSC
      THE EFFECTS OF TRUNCATIONS OF THE SMALL-SUBUNIT ON M-CALPAIN ACTIVITYAND HETERODIMER FORMATION

      Biochemical journal
    38. SPENCER MJ; TIDBALL JG; ANDERSON LVB; BUSHBY KMD; HARRIS JB; PASSOSBUENO MR; SOMER H; VAINZOF M; ZATZ M
      ABSENCE OF CALPAIN-3 IN A FORM OF LIMB-GIRDLE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY (LGMD2A)

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    39. MOLINARI M; CARAFOLI E
      CALPAIN - A CYTOSOLIC PROTEINASE ACTIVE AT THE MEMBRANES

      The Journal of membrane biology
    40. VILEI EM; CALDERARA S; ANAGLI J; BERARDI S; HITOMI K; MAKI M; CARAFOLI E
      FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF RECOMBINANT CALPAIN-I AND OF MUTANTS LACKINGDOMAIN-III AND DOMAIN-IV OF THE CATALYTIC SUBUNIT

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. SCHOENWAELDER SM; KULKARNI S; SALEM HH; IMAJOHOHMI S; YAMAOHARIGAYA W; SAIDO TC; JACKSON SP
      DISTINCT SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITIES AND FUNCTIONAL ROLES FOR THE 78 AND 76-KDA FORMS OF MU-CALPAIN IN HUMAN PLATELETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. ELCE JS; HEGADORN C; SIMON J; ARTHUR C
      AUTOLYSIS, CA2-CALPAIN( REQUIREMENT, AND HETERODIMER STABILITY IN M)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. AMANO S; KAWASAKI H; ISHIURA S; KAWASHIMA S; SUZUKI K; EMORI Y
      IDENTIFICATION OF ENDOGENOUS SUBSTRATES FOR DROSOPHILA CALPAIN FROM ASALT-EXTRACTED FRACTION OF DROSOPHILA OVARIES

      Journal of Biochemistry
    44. KINBARA K; SORIMACHI H; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      MUSCLE-SPECIFIC CALPAIN, P94, INTERACTS WITH THE EXTREME C-TERMINAL REGION OF CONNECTIN, A UNIQUE REGION FLANKED BY 2 IMMUNOGLOBULIN-C2 MOTIFS

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    45. SORIMACHI H; FORSBERG NE; LEE HJ; JOENG SY; RICHARD I; BECKMANN JS; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      HIGHLY CONSERVED STRUCTURE IN THE PROMOTER REGION OF THE GENE FOR MUSCLE-SPECIFIC CALPAIN, P94

      Biological chemistry
    46. SQUIER MKT; COHEN JJ
      CALPAIN AND CELL-DEATH

      Cell death and differentiation
    47. KAWASAKI H; KAWASHIMA S
      REGULATION OF THE CALPAIN-CALPASTATIN SYSTEM BY MEMBRANES (REVIEW)

      Molecular membrane biology
    48. HATZIZISIS D; GAITANAKI C; BEIS I
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF A CALPAIN II-LIKE PROTEINASE FROM OCTOPUS-VULGARIS ARM MUSCLE

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    49. SMITH LK; RICE KM; GARNER CW
      THE INSULIN-INDUCED DOWN-REGULATION OF IRS-1 IN 3T3-L1 ADIPOCYTES IS MEDIATED BY A CALCIUM-DEPENDENT THIOL PROTEASE

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    50. ARTHUR JSC; ELCE JS
      INTERACTION OF ASPARTIC ACID-104 AND PROLINE-287 WITH THE ACTIVE-SITEOF M-CALPAIN

      Biochemical journal
    51. BAKI A; TOMPA P; ALEXA A; MOLNAR O; FRIEDRICH P
      AUTOLYSIS PARALLELS ACTIVATION OF MU-CALPAIN

      Biochemical journal
    52. MEYER SL; BOZYCZKOCOYNE D; MALLYA SK; SPAIS CM; BIHOVSKY R; KAWOOYA JK; LANG DM; SCOTT RW; SIMAN R
      BIOLOGICALLY-ACTIVE MONOMERIC AND HETERODIMERIC RECOMBINANT HUMAN CALPAIN-I PRODUCED USING THE BACULOVIRUS EXPRESSION SYSTEM

      Biochemical journal
    53. BARNES TM; HODGKIN J
      THE TRA-3 SEX DETERMINATION GENE OF CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS ENCODES A MEMBER OF THE CALPAIN REGULATORY PROTEASE FAMILY

      EMBO journal
    54. SORIMACHI H; AMANO S; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      PRIMARY SEQUENCES OF RAT MU-CALPAIN LARGE AND SMALL SUBUNITS ARE, RESPECTIVELY, MODERATELY AND HIGHLY SIMILAR TO THOSE OF HUMAN

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    55. LIU ZQ; KUNIMATSU M; YANG JP; OZAKI Y; SASAKI M; OKAMOTO T
      PROTEOLYTIC PROCESSING OF NUCLEAR FACTOR KAPPA-B BY CALPAIN IN-VITRO

      FEBS letters
    56. SPENCER MJ; TIDBALL JG
      CALPAIN TRANSLOCATION DURING MUSCLE-FIBER NECROSIS AND REGENERATION IN DYSTROPHIN-DEFICIENT MICE

      Experimental cell research
    57. ANAGLI J; VILEI EM; MOLINARI M; CALDERARA S; CARAFOLI E
      PURIFICATION OF ACTIVE CALPAIN BY AFFINITY-CHROMATOGRAPHY ON AN IMMOBILIZED PEPTIDE INHIBITOR

      European journal of biochemistry
    58. AUERSWALD EA; NAGLER DK; GROSS S; ASSFALGMACHLEIDT I; STUBBS MT; ECKERSKORN C; MACHLEIDT W; FRITZ H
      HYBRIDS OF CHICKEN CYSTATIN WITH HUMAN KININOGEN DOMAIN 2 SEQUENCES EXHIBIT NOVEL INHIBITION OF CALPAIN, IMPROVED INHIBITION OF ACTINIDIN AND IMPAIRED INHIBITION OF PAPAIN, CATHEPSIN-L AND CATHEPSIN-B

      European journal of biochemistry
    59. INOMATA M; HAYASHI M; OHNOIWASHITA Y; TSUBUKI S; SAIDO TC; KAWASHIMA S
      INVOLVEMENT OF CALPAIN IN INTEGRIN-MEDIATED SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    60. HARTWIG JH
      ACTIN-BINDING PROTEINS 1 - SPECTRIN SUPERFAMILY

      Protein profile
    61. SMITH LK; VLAHOS CJ; REDDY KK; FALCK JR; GARNER CW
      WORTMANNIN AND LY294002 INHIBIT THE INSULIN-INDUCED DOWN-REGULATION OF IRS-1 IN 3T3-L1 ADIPOCYTES

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    62. THEOPOLD U; PINTER M; DAFFRE S; TRYSELIUS Y; FRIEDRICH P; NASSEL DR; HULTMARK D
      CALPA, A DROSOPHILA CALPAIN HOMOLOG SPECIFICALLY EXPRESSED IN A SMALLSET OF NERVE, MIDGUT, AND BLOOD-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    63. BJORK J; LUNDBERG S; BACKMAN L
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BINDING OF CALMODULIN TO NONERYTHROID SPECTRIN

      European journal of cell biology
    64. SORIMACHI H; TSUKAHARA T; OKADABAN M; SUGITA H; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      IDENTIFICATION OF A 3RD UBIQUITOUS CALPAIN SPECIES - CHICKEN MUSCLE EXPRESSES 4 DISTINCT CALPAINS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    65. SPATZ HC
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-A - THE LINK BETWEENSHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM-MEMORY

      Behavioural brain research
    66. RICHARD I; BROUX O; ALLAMAND V; FOUGEROUSSE F; CHIANNILKULCHAI N; BOURG N; BRENGUIER L; DEVAUD C; PASTURAUD P; ROUDAUT C; HILLAIRE D; PASSOSBUENO MR; ZATZ M; TISCHFIELD JA; FARDEAU M; JACKSON CE; COHEN D; BECKMANN JS
      MUTATIONS IN THE PROTEOLYTIC-ENZYME CALPAIN-3 CAUSE LIMB-GIRDLE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY TYPE-2A

      Cell
    67. BRORSON JR; MARCUCCILLI CJ; MILLER RJ
      DELAYED ANTAGONISM OF CALPAIN REDUCES EXCITOTOXICITY IN CULTURED NEURONS

      Stroke
    68. SARGIANOS N; GAITANAKI C; BEIS I
      STUDIES ON THE AUTOLYSIS OF M-CALPAIN FROM THE SKELETAL-MUSCLE OF THEAMPHIBIAN RANA-RIDIBUNDA

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    69. DESHPANDE RV; GOUST JM; CHAKRABARTI AK; BARBOSA E; HOGAN EL; BANIK NL
      CALPAIN EXPRESSION IN LYMPHOID-CELLS - INCREASED MESSENGER-RNA AND PROTEIN-LEVELS AFTER CELL ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. SORIMACHI H; KINBARA K; KIMURA S; TAKAHASHI M; ISHIURA S; SASAGAWA N; SORIMACHI N; SHIMADA H; TAGAWA K; MARUYAMA K; SUZUKI K
      MUSCLE-SPECIFIC CALPAIN, P94, RESPONSIBLE FOR LIMB-GIRDLE MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY TYPE 2A, ASSOCIATES WITH CONNECTIN THROUGH IS2, A P94-SPECIFICSEQUENCE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. MOLINARI M; MAKI M; CARAFOLI E
      PURIFICATION OF MU-CALPAIN BY A NOVEL AFFINITY-CHROMATOGRAPHY APPROACH - NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE MECHANISM OF THE INTERACTION OF THE PROTEASEWITH TARGETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. SPENCER MJ; CROALL DE; TIDBALL JG
      CALPAINS ARE ACTIVATED IN NECROTIC FIBERS FROM MDX DYSTROPHIC MICE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    73. SAVART M; VERRET C; DUTAUD D; TOUYAROT K; ELAMRANI N; DUCASTAING A
      ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF A MU-CALPAIN-PROTEIN KINASE C-ALPHA COMPLEX IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      FEBS letters
    74. SURKENOVA GN; MALAKHOVA LV; GAZIEV AI
      CHROMATIN-ASSOCIATED PROTEASES IN THE RAT PERIPHERAL-BLOOD LEUKOCYTESACTIVATED BY GAMMA-IRRADIATION

      Izvestia Akademii nauk SSSR. Seria biologiceskaa
    75. AKASHI H; KATO M; MURAMATU M
      PARTIAL-PURIFICATION OF A TRYPSIN-LIKE PROTEINASE IN PLATELETS

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    76. SAIDO TC; SORIMACHI H; SUZUKI K
      CALPAIN - NEW PERSPECTIVES IN MOLECULAR DIVERSITY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-PATHOLOGICAL INVOLVEMENT

      The FASEB journal
    77. SAKAMOTO K; SORIMACHI H; KINBARA K; TEZUKA M; AMANO S; YOSHIZAWA T; SUGITA H; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      QUANTIFICATION OF CALPAIN-RELATED MOLECULES BY SPECIFIC PCR AMPLIFICATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO HUMAN MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY

      Biomedical research
    78. DRANSFIELD E
      MODELING POSTMORTEM TENDERIZATION .5. INACTIVATION OF CALPAINS

      Meat science
    79. BRUSTIS JJ; ELAMRANI N; BALCERZAK D; SAFWATE A; SORIANO M; POUSSARD S; COTTIN P; DUCASTAING A
      RAT MYOBLAST FUSION REQUIRES EXTERIORIZED M-CALPAIN ACTIVITY

      European journal of cell biology
    80. IKEDA H; ODA T; KUWANO K; NAKAYAMA H; UENO T; KOGA Y; TOSHIMA H
      PROTEASE INHIBITOR, NCO-700, IMPROVES THE CONTRACTILE FUNCTION IN STUNNED CANINE MYOCARDIUM

      Japanese Circulation Journal
    81. YEH JY; OU BR; FORSBERG NE
      EFFECTS OF DEXAMETHASONE ON MUSCLE PROTEIN HOMEOSTASIS AND ON CALPAINAND CALPASTATIN ACTIVITIES AND GENE-EXPRESSION IN RABBITS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    82. GRAHAMSIEGENTHALER K; GAUTHIER S; DAVIES PL; ELCE JS
      ACTIVE RECOMBINANT RAT CALPAIN-II - BACTERIALLY PRODUCED LARGE AND SMALL SUBUNITS ASSOCIATE BOTH IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    83. EMORI Y; SAIGO K
      CALPAIN LOCALIZATION CHANGES IN COORDINATION WITH ACTIN-RELATED CYTOSKELETAL CHANGES DURING EARLY EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT OF DROSOPHILA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. MA H; YANG HQ; TAKANO E; HATANAKA M; MAKI M
      AMINO-TERMINAL CONSERVED REGION IN PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR DOMAIN OF CALPASTATIN POTENTIATES ITS CALPAIN INHIBITORY ACTIVITY BY INTERACTING WITH CALMODULIN-LIKE DOMAIN OF THE PROTEINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. HONG DH; FORSBERG NE
      EFFECTS OF SERUM AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I ON PROTEIN-DEGRADATION AND PROTEASE GENE-EXPRESSION IN RAT L8 MYOTUBES

      Journal of animal science
    86. SORIMACHI H; SAIDO TC; SUZUKI K
      NEW ERA OF CALPAIN RESEARCH - DISCOVERY OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC CALPAINS

      FEBS letters
    87. KENNEY DM; REID R; PARENT DW; ROSEN FS; REMOLDODONNELL E
      EVIDENCE IMPLICATING CALPAIN (CA2-DEPENDENT NEUTRAL PROTEASE) IN THE DESTRUCTIVE THROMBOCYTOPENIA OF THE WISKOTT-ALDRICH SYNDROME()

      British Journal of Haematology
    88. WIKSTROM P; ANAGLI J; ANGLIKER H; SHAW E
      ADDITIONAL PEPTIDYL DIAZOMETHYL KETONES, INCLUDING BIOTINYL DERIVATIVES, WHICH AFFINITY-LABEL CALPAIN AND RELATED CYSTEINYL PROTEINASES

      Journal of enzyme inhibition
    89. POUSSARD S; COTTIN P; BRUSTIS JJ; TALMAT S; ELAMRANI N; DUCASTAING A
      QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF CALPAIN-I AND CALPAIN-II MESSENGER-RNAS IN DIFFERENTIATING RAT MUSCLE-CELLS USING A COMPETITIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION METHOD

      Biochimie
    90. SUN W; JI SQ; EBERT PJ; BIDWELL CA; HANCOCK DL
      CLONING THE PARTIAL CDNAS OF MU-CALPAIN AND M-CALPAIN FROM PORCINE SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Biochimie
    91. CRAWFORD C; BROWN NR; WILLIS AC
      STUDIES OF THE ACTIVE-SITE OF M-CALPAIN AND THE INTERACTION WITH CALPASTATIN

      Biochemical journal
    92. MINAMI N; TANI E; MAEDA Y; YAMAURA I; NAKANO A
      IMMUNOBLOTTING OF CONTRACTILE AND CYTOSKELETAL PROTEINS OF CANINE BASILAR ARTERY IN VASOSPASM

      Neurosurgery
    93. DARGATZ H; DIEFENTHAL T; WITTE V; REIPEN G; VONWETTSTEIN D
      THE HETERODIMERIC PROTEASE CLOSTRIPAIN FROM CLOSTRIDIUM-HISTOLYTICUM IS ENCODED BY A SINGLE-GENE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    94. YAMAURA I; TANI E; SAIDO TC; SUZUKI K; MINAMI N; MAEDA Y
      CALPAIN-CALPASTATIN SYSTEM OF CANINE BASILAR ARTERY IN VASOSPASM

      Journal of neurosurgery
    95. BERTAGNOLLI ME; LOCKE SJ; HENSLER ME; BRAY PF; BECKERLE MC
      TALIN DISTRIBUTION AND PHOSPHORYLATION IN THROMBIN-ACTIVATED PLATELETS

      Journal of Cell Science
    96. AZARIAN SM; SCHLAMP CL; WILLIAMS DS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CALPAIN-II IN THE RETINA AND PHOTORECEPTOR OUTER SEGMENTS

      Journal of Cell Science
    97. TIDBALL JG; SPENCER MJ
      PDGF STIMULATION INDUCES PHOSPHORYLATION OF TALIN AND CYTOSKELETAL REORGANIZATION IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      The Journal of cell biology
    98. SORIMACHI H; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      A NOVEL TISSUE-SPECIFIC CALPAIN SPECIES EXPRESSED PREDOMINANTLY IN THE STOMACH COMPRISES 2 ALTERNATIVE SPLICING PRODUCTS WITH AND WITHOUT CA2-BINDING DOMAIN()

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. SORIMACHI H; TOYAMASORIMACHI N; SAIDO TC; KAWASAKI H; SUGITA H; MIYASAKA M; ARAHATA K; ISHIURA S; SUZUKI K
      MUSCLE-SPECIFIC CALPAIN, P94, IS DEGRADED BY AUTOLYSIS IMMEDIATELY AFTER TRANSLATION, RESULTING IN DISAPPEARANCE FROM MUSCLE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. MA H; YANG HQ; TAKANO E; LEE WJ; HATANAKA M; MAKI M
      REQUIREMENT OF DIFFERENT SUBDOMAINS OF CALPASTATIN FOR CALPAIN INHIBITION AND FOR BINDING TO CALMODULIN-LIKE DOMAINS

      Journal of Biochemistry


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