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  • noun Plural form of protease.

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Examples

  • Apparently, antievolutionists do not believe in proteases and nucleases, as well as their prebiotic predecessors.

    A Minimal Genome

  • Apparently, antievolutionists do not believe in proteases and nucleases, as well as their prebiotic predecessors.

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  • Apparently, antievolutionists do not believe in proteases and nucleases, as well as their prebiotic predecessors.

    A Minimal Genome

  • Altered expression of particular proteases is a common hallmark of cancer, atherosclerosis and other diseases.

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  • Caspases are a kind of enzyme called proteases which are responsible for the breakdown of other proteins.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • The majority of enzymes in the clotting cascade are serine proteases, that is, enzymes that cut up proteins using the amino acid serine as the key catalytic group.

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  • Cells use enzymes known as proteases to break down proteins into their component amino acids in the cytoplasm -- the fluid inside the cell's surface membrane.

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  • The explosive development of the art of organic synthesis has enabled Cram and Lehn to produce hosts that to some extent mimic enzymes such as proteases, ATP-ases and transacylases (see Fig. 2).

    Press Release: The 1987 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • Greenbaum said: "We always suspected that enzymes called proteases might be required to help parasites escape from the infected cell, but had assumed that these enzymes were produced by the parasites themselves.

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  • "We always suspected that enzymes called proteases might be required to help parasites escape from the infected cell, but had assumed that these enzymes were produced by the parasites themselves.

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