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    1. Bonnal, C; Raynaud, F; Astier, C; Lebart, MC; Marcilhac, A; Coves, D; Corraze, G; Gelineau, A; Fleurence, T; Roustan, C; Benyamin, Y
      Postmortem degradation of white fish skeletal muscle (Sea bass, Dicentrarchus labrax): Fat diet effects on in situ dystrophin proteolysis during the prerigor stage

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    2. Cottin, P; Thompson, VF; Sathe, SK; Szpacenko, A; Goll, DE
      Autolysis of mu- and m-calpain from bovine skeletal muscle

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    3. Ogura, T; Wilkinson, AJ
      AAA(+) superfamily ATPases: common structure-diverse function

      GENES TO CELLS
    4. Polidori, P; Trabalza-Marinucci, M; Fantuz, F; Polidori, F
      Post mortem proteolysis and tenderization of beef muscle through infusion of calcium chloride

      ANIMAL RESEARCH
    5. Kohler, A; Cascio, P; Leggett, DS; Woo, KM; Goldberg, AL; Finley, D
      The axial channel of the proteasome core particle is gated by the Rpt2 ATPase and controls both substrate entry and product release

      MOLECULAR CELL
    6. Klanner, C; Prokisch, H; Langer, T
      MAP-1 and IAP-1, two novel AAA proteases with catalytic sites on opposite membrane surfaces in mitochondrial inner membrane of Neurospora crassa

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    7. Ben-Zvi, AP; Goloubinoff, P
      Review: Mechanisms of disaggregation and refolding of stable protein aggregates by molecular chaperones

      JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    8. Frees, D; Varmanen, P; Ingmer, H
      Inactivation of a gene that is highly conserved in Gram-positive bacteria stimulates degradation of non-native proteins and concomitantly increases stress tolerance in Lactococcus lactis

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Li, JZ; Sha, BD
      Cloning, expression, purification and preliminary X-ray crystallographic studies of Escherichia coli Hsp100 ClpB nucleotide-binding domain 1 (NBD1)

      ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION D-BIOLOGICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
    10. Zhou, YN; Gottesman, S; Hoskins, JR; Maurizi, MR; Wickner, S
      The RssB response regulator directly targets sigma(S) for degradation by ClpXP

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    11. Lund, PA
      Microbial molecular chaperones

      ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY, VOL 44
    12. Leroux, MR
      Protein folding and molecular chaperones in Archaea

      ARCHAEA: ANCIENT MICROBES, EXTREME ENVIRONOMENTS, AND THE ORIGIN OF LIFE
    13. Ishikawa, T; Beuron, F; Kessel, M; Wickner, S; Maurizi, MR; Steven, AC
      Translocation pathway of protein substrates in ClpAP protease

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Reid, BG; Fenton, WA; Homwich, AL; Weber-Ban, EU
      ClpA mediates directional translocation of substrate proteins into the ClpP protease

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Singh, SK; Rozycki, J; Ortega, J; Ishikawa, T; Lo, J; Steven, AC; Maurizi, MR
      Functional domains of the ClpA and ClpX molecular chaperones identified bylimited proteolysis and deletion analysis

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Kim, YI; Burton, RE; Burton, BM; Sauer, RT; Baker, TA
      Dynamics of substrate denaturation and translocation by the ClpXP degradation machine

      MOLECULAR CELL
    17. Gonzalez, CB; Ockerman, HW
      Dry-cured Mediterranean hams: Long process, slow changes and high quality:A review

      JOURNAL OF MUSCLE FOODS
    18. Viala, J; Rapoport, G; Mazodier, P
      The clpP multigenic family in Streptomyces lividans: conditional expression of the clpP3 clpP4 operon is controlled by PopR, a novel transcriptional activator

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Wronski, R; Tompa, P; Hutter-Paier, B; Crailsheim, K; Friedrich, P; Windisch, M
      Inhibitory effect of a brain derived peptide preparation on the Ca++-dependent protease, calpain

      JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION
    20. Gonzalez, M; Rasulova, F; Maurizi, MR; Woodgate, R
      Subunit-specific degradation of the UmuD/D ' heterodimer by the ClpXP protease: the role of trans recognition in UmuD ' stability

      EMBO JOURNAL
    21. Breier, A; Ziegelhoffer, A
      "Lysine is the Lord", thought some scientists in regard to the group interacting with fluorescein isothiocyanate in ATP-binding sites of P-type ATPases - But, is it not cysteine?

      GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOPHYSICS
    22. Melnikov, EE; Tsirulnikov, KB; Rotanova, TV
      Coupling of proteolysis to ATP hydrolysis upon Escherichia coli Lon protease functioning. I. Kinetic aspects of ATP hydrolysis

      BIOORGANICHESKAYA KHIMIYA
    23. Starkova, NN; Koroleva, EP; Rotanova, TV
      Intracellular proteolysis: Signals of selective protein degradation

      BIOORGANICHESKAYA KHIMIYA
    24. Rojas, FJ; Moretti-Rojas, I
      Involvement of the calcium-specific protease, calpain, in the fertilizing capacity of human spermatozoa

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANDROLOGY
    25. Levchenko, I; Seidel, M; Sauer, RT; Baker, TA
      A specificity-enhancing factor for the ClpXP degradation machine

      SCIENCE
    26. Hoskins, JR; Singh, SK; Maurizi, MR; Wickner, S
      Protein binding and unfolding by the chaperone ClpA and degradation by theprotease ClpAP

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    27. Hoskins, JR; Kim, SY; Wickner, S
      Substrate recognition by the ClpA chaperone component of ClpAP protease

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    28. Tarcsa, E; Szymanska, G; Lecker, S; O'Connor, CM; Goldberg, AL
      Ca2+-free calmodulin and calmodulin damaged by in vitro aging are selectively degraded by 26 S proteasomes without ubiquitination

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Kojima, M; Oguro, K; Sawabe, K; Iida, Y; Ikeda, R; Yamashita, A; Nakanishi, N; Hasegawa, H
      Rapid turnover of tryptophan hydroxylase is driven by proteasomes in RBL2H3 cells, a serotonin producing mast cell line

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. Kruger, E; Witt, E; Ohlmeier, S; Hanschke, R; Hecker, M
      The Clp proteases of Bacillus subtilis are directly involved in degradation of misfolded proteins

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    31. Thompson, VF; Lawson, K; Goll, DE
      Effect of mu-calpain on m-calpain

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    32. Rojas, FJ; Brush, M; Moretti-Rojas, I
      Calpain-calpastatin: a novel, complete calcium-dependent protease system in human spermatozoa

      MOLECULAR HUMAN REPRODUCTION
    33. Persuh, M; Turgay, K; Mandic-Mulec, I; Dubnau, D
      The N- and C-terminal domains of MecA recognize different partners in the competence molecular switch

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Wickner, S; Maurizi, MR; Gottesman, S
      Posttranslational quality control: Folding, refolding, and degrading proteins

      SCIENCE
    35. Horwich, AL; Weber-Ban, EU; Finley, D
      Chaperone rings in protein folding and degradation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    36. Wickner, S; Maurizi, MR
      Here's the hook: Similar substrate binding sites in the chaperone domains of Clp and Lon

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    37. Smith, CK; Baker, TA; Sauer, RT
      Lon and Clp family proteases and chaperones share homologous substrate-recognition domains

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    38. Spetea, C; Hundal, T; Lohmann, F; Andersson, B
      GTP bound to chloroplast thylakoid membranes is required for light-induced, multienzyme degradation of the photosystem II D1 protein

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    39. Mendiratta, SK; Lakshmanan, V; Rao, VK
      Effect of post-mortem calcium chloride injection on tenderization of sheepmeat

      JOURNAL OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-MYSORE
    40. Zwickl, P; Ng, D; Woo, KM; Klenk, HP; Goldberg, AL
      An archaebacterial ATPase, homologous to ATPases in the eukaryotic 26 S proteasome, activates protein breakdown by 20 S proteasomes

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    41. Doumit, ME; Koohmaraie, M
      Immunoblot analysis of calpastatin degradation: Evidence for cleavage by calpain in postmortem muscle

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    42. TOMOYASU T; OGURA T; TATSUTA T; BUKAU B
      LEVELS OF DNAK AND DNAJ PROVIDE TIGHT CONTROL OF HEAT-SHOCK GENE-EXPRESSION AND PROTEIN REPAIR IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Molecular microbiology
    43. GLICKMAN MH; RUBIN DM; COUX O; WEFES I; PFEIFER G; CJEKA Z; BAUMEISTER W; FRIED VA; FINLEY D
      A SUBCOMPLEX OF THE PROTEASOME REGULATORY PARTICLE REQUIRED FOR UBIQUITIN-CONJUGATE DEGRADATION AND RELATED TO THE COP9-SIGNALOSOME AND EIF3

      Cell (Cambridge)
    44. PRIGGE JT; KIRKPATRICKKELLER DC; KILLEFER J
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CALPAIN ACTIVATOR IN CHICKEN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Poultry science
    45. DESIMONE M; WAGNER E; JOHANNINGMEIER U
      DEGRADATION OF ACTIVE-OXYGEN-MODIFIED RIBULOSE-1,5-BISPHOSPHATE CARBOXYLASE OXYGENASE BY CHLOROPLASTIC PROTEASES REQUIRES ATP-HYDROLYSIS/

      Planta
    46. Zylicz, M; Liberek, K; Wawrzynow, A; Georgopoulos, C
      Formation of the preprimosome protects lambda O from RNA transcription-dependent proteolysis by ClpP/ClpX

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    47. LYNG JG; ALLEN P; MCKENNA BM
      THE EFFECT ON ASPECTS OF BEEF TENDERNESS OF PRE-RIGOR AND POST-RIGOR EXPOSURE TO A HIGH-INTENSITY ULTRASOUND PROBE

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    48. SHEVCHENKO S; FENG W; VARSANYI M; SHOSHANBARMATZ V
      IDENTIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND PARTIAL-PURIFICATION OF A THIOL-PROTEASE WHICH CLEAVES SPECIFICALLY THE SKELETAL-MUSCLE RYANODINE RECEPTOR CA2+ RELEASE CHANNEL

      The Journal of membrane biology
    49. NAGY I; TAMURA T; VANDERLEYDEN J; BAUMEISTER W; DEMOT R
      THE 20S PROTEASOME OF STREPTOMYCES-COELICOLOR

      Journal of bacteriology (Print)
    50. BOEHM ML; KENDALL TL; THOMPSON VF; GOLL DE
      CHANGES IN THE CALPAINS AND CALPASTATIN DURING POSTMORTEM STORAGE OF BOVINE MUSCLE

      Journal of animal science
    51. Thompson, MW; Miller, J; Maurizi, MR; Kempner, E
      Importance of heptameric ring integrity for activity of Escherichia coli ClpP

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. KNIPFER N; SHRADER TE
      INACTIVATION OF THE 20S PROTEASOME IN MYCOBACTERIUM-SMEGMATIS

      Molecular microbiology
    53. MENDIRATTA SK; RAO VK; LAKSHMANAN V
      EFFECT OF CALCIUM-CHLORIDE INJECTION MARINATION ON TENDERIZATION OF BUFFALO MEAT/

      Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
    54. GRYNSPAN F; GRIFFIN WB; MOHAN PS; SHEA TB; NIXON RA
      CALPAINS AND CALPASTATIN IN SH-SY5Y NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS DURING RETINOIC ACID-INDUCED DIFFERENTIATION AND NEURITE OUTGROWTH - COMPARISON WITH THE HUMAN BRAIN CALPAIN SYSTEM

      Journal of neuroscience research
    55. VANJAARSVELD FP; NAUDE RJ; OELOFSEN W
      THE EFFECTS OF CA IONS, EGTA AND STORAGE TIME ON MYOFIBRILLAR PROTEIN-DEGRADATION, LEVELS OF CA2-DEPENDENT PROTEASES AND CATHEPSIN-B, CATHEPSIN-H, CATHEPSIN-L AND CATHEPSIN-D OF OSTRICH SKELETAL-MUSCLE()

      Meat science
    56. JOHNSON GVW; GUTTMANN RP
      CALPAINS - INTACT AND ACTIVE

      BioEssays
    57. YOUNG LL; LYON CE
      EFFECT OF CALCIUM MARINATION ON BIOCHEMICAL AND TEXTURAL PROPERTIES OF PERI-RIGOR CHICKEN BREAST MEAT

      Poultry science
    58. SMITH MW; ITO M; MIYAWAKI M; SATO S; YOSHIKAWA Y; WADA S; MAKI H; NAKAGAWA H; KOMAMINE A
      PLANT 21D7 PROTEIN, A NUCLEAR ANTIGEN ASSOCIATED WITH CELL-DIVISION, IS A COMPONENT OF THE 26S PROTEASOME

      Plant physiology
    59. SAWADA H; AKAISHI T; KATSU M; YOKOSAWA H
      DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PA700-LIKE PROTEASOME ACTIVATOR COMPLEX AND THE REGULATORY COMPLEX DISSOCIATED FROM THE 26S PROTEASOME IMPLIES THE INVOLVEMENT OF MODULATING FACTORS IN THE 26S PROTEASOME ASSEMBLY

      FEBS letters
    60. OTTO HH; SCHIRMEISTER T
      CYSTEINE PROTEASES AND THEIR INHIBITORS

      Chemical reviews
    61. URTHALER F; WOLKOWICZ PE; DIGERNESS SB; HARRIS KD; WALKER AA
      MDL-28170, A MEMBRANE-PERMEANT CALPAIN INHIBITOR, ATTENUATES STUNNINGAND PKC-EPSILON PROTEOLYSIS IN REPERFUSED FERRET HEARTS

      Cardiovascular Research
    62. JIANG ST; WANG JH; CHANG T; CHEN CS
      A CONTINUOUS METHOD FOR MEASURING CALPAIN ACTIVITY

      Analytical biochemistry
    63. TANNER AJ; DICE JF
      BATTEN-DISEASE AND MITOCHONDRIAL PATHWAYS OF PROTEOLYSIS

      Biochemical and molecular medicine
    64. MURBY M; UHLEN M; STAHL S
      UPSTREAM STRATEGIES TO MINIMIZE PROTEOLYTIC DEGRADATION UPON RECOMBINANT PRODUCTION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Protein expression and purification
    65. BLANCHARD H; LI YG; CYGLER M; KAY CM; ARTHUR JSC; DAVIES PL; ELCE JS
      CA2-BINDING DOMAIN VI OF RAT CALPAIN IS A HOMODIMER IN SOLUTION - HYDRODYNAMIC, CRYSTALLIZATION AND PRELIMINARY-X-RAY DIFFRACTION STUDIES()

      Protein science
    66. KOOHMARAIE M
      BIOCHEMICAL FACTORS REGULATING THE TOUGHENING AND TENDERIZATION PROCESSES OF MEAT

      Meat science
    67. YANG SJ; ENFORS SO
      PROCESS CONDITIONS AFFECTING PROTEOLYSIS OF RECOMBINANT PROTEINS IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Biotechnology letters
    68. ARLT H; TAUER R; FELDMANN H; NEUPERT W; LANGER T
      THE YTA10-12 COMPLEX, AN AAA PROTEASE WITH CHAPERONE-LIKE ACTIVITY INTHE INNER MEMBRANE OF MITOCHONDRIA

      Cell
    69. LIVISAY SA; XIONG YL; MOODY WG
      PROTEOLYTIC ACTIVITY AND CALCIUM EFFECT IN DARK-FIRM-DRY AND PALE-SOFT-EXUDATIVE MEAT

      Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft + Technologie
    70. LI XQ; STEBBINS B; HOFFMAN L; PRATT G; RECHSTEINER M; COFFINO P
      THE N-TERMINUS OF ANTIZYME PROMOTES DEGRADATION OF HETEROLOGOUS PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. ZHANG WL; LANE RD; MELLGREN RL
      THE MAJOR CALPAIN ISOZYMES ARE LONG-LIVED PROTEINS - DESIGN OF AN ANTISENSE STRATEGY FOR CALPAIN DEPLETION IN CULTURED-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. KOLMAR H; WALLER PRH; SAUER RT
      THE DEGP AND DEGQ PERIPLASMIC ENDOPROTEASES OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI - SPECIFICITY FOR CLEAVAGE SITES AND SUBSTRATE CONFORMATION

      Journal of bacteriology
    73. SCHWEDER T; LEE KH; LOMOVSKAYA O; MATIN A
      REGULATION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI STARVATION SIGMA-FACTOR (SIGMA(S)) BY CLPXP PROTEASE

      Journal of bacteriology
    74. HUFFLONERGAN E; MITSUHASHI T; BEEKMAN DD; PARRISH FC; OLSON DG; ROBSON RM
      PROTEOLYSIS OF SPECIFIC MUSCLE STRUCTURAL PROTEINS BY MU-CALPAIN AT LOW PH AND TEMPERATURE IS SIMILAR TO DEGRADATION IN POSTMORTEM BOVINE MUSCLE

      Journal of animal science
    75. SHIN DH; YOO SJ; SHIM YK; SEOL JH; KANG MS; CHUNG CH
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE ATP-BINDING SITE IN HS1U, THE ATPASE COMPONENT OF HS1VU PROTEASE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      FEBS letters
    76. CASTANO JG; MAHILLO E; ARIZTI P; ARRIBAS J
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF C8 AND C9 SUBUNITS OF THE MULTICATALYTIC PROTEINASE BY CASEIN KINASE-II AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE C8 PHOSPHORYLATION SITES BY DIRECT MUTAGENESIS

      Biochemistry
    77. KEILER KC; SILBER KR; DOWNARD KM; PAPAYANNOPOULOS IA; BIEMANN K; SAUER RT
      C-TERMINAL SPECIFIC PROTEIN-DEGRADATION - ACTIVITY AND SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY OF THE TSP PROTEASE

      Protein science
    78. ARIYOSHI H; KAMBAYASHI J; SAKON M
      CALPAINS AND CALPASTATIN IN HUMAN BLOOD-PLATELETS

      Platelets
    79. JIANG ST; WANG JH; CHEN CS; SU JC
      SUBSTRATE AND CALCIUM EFFECTS ON THE AUTOLYSIS OF TILAPIA MUSCLE M-CALPAIN

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    80. AKAISHI T; YOKOSAWA H; SAWADA H
      REGULATORY SUBUNIT COMPLEX DISSOCIATED FROM 26S PROTEASOME - ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    81. LOWE J; STOCK D; JAP R; ZWICKL P; BAUMEISTER W; HUBER R
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE 20S PROTEASOME FROM THE ARCHAEON T-ACIDOPHILUM AT 3.4-ANGSTROM RESOLUTION

      Science
    82. MOHAN PS; NIXON RA
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT CALPASTATIN FROMBOVINE BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    83. MOCZKO M; SCHONFISCH B; VOOS W; PFANNER N; RASSOW J
      THE MITOCHONDRIAL CLPB HOMOLOG HSP78 COOPERATES WITH MATRIX HSP7O IN MAINTENANCE OF MITOCHONDRIAL-FUNCTION

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    84. KIMS KI; BAEK SH; HONG YM; KANG MS; HA DB; GOLDBERG AL; CHUNG CH
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTEASE-CI, A CYTOPLASMIC METALLOENDOPROTEASE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. TAYLOR RG; GEESINK GH; THOMPSON VF; KOOHMARAIE M; GOLL DE
      IS Z-DISK DEGRADATION RESPONSIBLE FOR POSTMORTEM TENDERIZATION

      Journal of animal science
    86. BROSS P; ANDRESEN BS; KNUDSEN I; KRUSE TA; GREGERSEN N
      HUMAN CLPP PROTEASE - CDNA SEQUENCE, TISSUE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION AND CHROMOSOMAL ASSIGNMENT OF THE GENE

      FEBS letters
    87. PETERS JM
      PROTEASOMES - PROTEIN-DEGRADATION MACHINES OF THE CELL

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    88. CARILLO S; PARIAT M; STEFF AM; ROUX P; ETIENNEJULAN M; LORCA T; PIECHACZYK M
      DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY OF FOS AND JUN FAMILY MEMBERS TO CALPAINS

      Oncogene
    89. YOUN JH; GULVE EA; HENRIKSEN EJ; HOLLOSZY JO
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN EFFECTS OF W-7, INSULIN, AND HYPOXIA ON GLUCOSE-TRANSPORT IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    90. WHIPPLE G; KOOHMARAIE M; ARBONA JR
      CALCIUM-CHLORIDE IN-VITRO EFFECTS ON ISOLATED MYOFIBRILLAR PROTEINS

      Meat science
    91. KORNITZER D; RABOY B; KULKA RG; FINK GR
      REGULATED DEGRADATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GCN4

      EMBO journal
    92. VALLON U; KULL U
      LOCALIZATION OF PROTEASOMES IN PLANT-CELLS

      Protoplasma
    93. HUANG CZ; WANG SL; CHEN L; LEMIEUX C; OTIS C; TURMEL M; LIU XQ
      THE CHLAMYDOMONAS CHLOROPLAST CLPP GENE CONTAINS TRANSLATED LARGE INSERTION SEQUENCES AND IS ESSENTIAL FOR CELL-GROWTH

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    94. GRAY CW; SLAUGHTER CA; DEMARTINO GN
      PA28 ACTIVATOR PROTEIN FORMS REGULATORY CAPS ON PROTEASOME STACKED RINGS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    95. SHOSHANBARMATZ V; WEIL S; MEYER H; VARSANYI M; HEILMEYER LMG
      ENDOGENOUS, CA2-DEPENDENT CYSTEINE-PROTEASE CLEAVES SPECIFICALLY THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR CA2+ RELEASE CHANNEL IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE()

      The Journal of membrane biology
    96. SARGIANOS N; GAITANAKI C; BEIS I
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF M-CALPAIN FROM THE SKELETAL-MUSCLE OF THE AMPHIBIAN RANA-RIDIBUNDA

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    97. ARRIBAS J; ARIZTI P; CASTANO JG
      ANTIBODIES AGAINST THE C2 COOH-TERMINAL REGION DISCRIMINATE THE ACTIVE AND LATENT FORMS OF THE MULTICATALYTIC PROTEINASE COMPLEX

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    98. DEVERAUX Q; USTRELL V; PICKART C; RECHSTEINER M
      A 26-S PROTEASE SUBUNIT THAT BINDS UBIQUITIN CONJUGATES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. PETERS JM; FRANKE WW; KLEINSCHMIDT JA
      DISTINCT 19-S AND 20-S SUBCOMPLEXES OF THE 26-S PROTEASOME AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION IN THE NUCLEUS AND THE CYTOPLASM

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. UYTTERHAEGEN L; CLAEYS E; DEMEYER D
      EFFECTS OF EXOGENOUS PROTEASE EFFECTORS ON BEEF TENDERNESS DEVELOPMENT AND MYOFIBRILLAR DEGRADATION AND SOLUBILITY

      Journal of animal science


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