- n. Plural form of peptidase.
“In the example of TEM-1 penicillinases, the neighbors would include DD-peptidases; Knox et al, 1996; Adediran et al., 2005.”
“Homology-based sequence analyses indicate that these gene products include proteases, peptidases, and glucanases.”
“Using an in silico-subtractive analysis, 560 and 685 sequences were shown to be uniquely represented in the L3 and xL3 stages, respectively; the transcripts encoded ribosomal proteins, collagens and elongation factors (in L3), and mainly peptidases and other enzymes of amino acid catabolism (in xL3).”
“In addition to extracellular peptidases, SM-A87 also has various extracellular enzymes for carbohydrate, lipid and DNA degradation.”
“It has a total of 130 peptidases, 61 of which have signal peptides.”
“If humans have changes in these peptidases, they're very sick.”
“The Pregnancy-associated glycoproteins (PAGs) belong to a large family of aspartic peptidases expressed exclusively in the placenta of species in the Artiodactyla order.”
“HCV envelope glycoproteins are retained in the ER membrane after their maturation and clivages by ER peptidases.”
“Of the total ESTs associated with a function, an unusually large number of transcripts were associated with peptidases, cell, lipid and protein binding, and oxidative stress or detoxification.”
“(cysteine -, aspartic -, serine -, and metallo - peptidases), cell, protein and lipid binding including mucins and iron / heme metabolism and transport.”
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