- From the German Kathepsin, derived from Ancient Greek καθέψω (kathépsō, "boil down"). (Wiktionary)
- German Kathepsin, from Greek kathepsein, to digest : kat-, kata-, cata- + hepsein, to boil. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Santora said odanacatib works by inhibiting an enzyme called cathepsin K.”
“Instead, the chloroquine molecule appears to block the action of a key enzyme, called cathepsin L, which is essential to the virus's growth and maturation.”
“Medivir presented preclinical data from its cathepsin K inhibitor program at the ASBMR meeting”
“Boudreau F, Lussier CR, Mongrain S, Darsigny M, Drouin JL, et al. (2007) Loss of cathepsin L activity promotes claudin-1 overexpression and intestinal neoplasia.”
“RNAi; MMP-9; uPAR; cathepsin; prostate cancer; apoptosis”
“In this study, the therapeutic potential of siRNA-mediated targeting of matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9), urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (uPAR), and cathepsin B”
“Drs. Johanna Joyce, Douglas Hanahan and colleagues lend new insight into how broad-spectrum cysteine cathepsin inhibitors combat pancreatic cancer, and provide new data to help ... read more”
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