Aleksandar Pance

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Proteolysis of endogenous proteins may play a key role in the adaptation of T. cruzi to the different host environments to which it is exposed during its complex life cycle. For this reason, we have attempted to study the intracellular pathways of protein degradation in the non infective epimastigotes form (EP strain) of T. cruzi. Following intracellular(More)
The proteolytic pattern of Trypanosoma cruzi epimastigotes was studied using electrophoresis in gelatin containing SDS polyacrylamide gels. Under conditions that represent a nutritional stress such as the depletion of glucose in an axenic medium the results obtained showed a significant increase in the activity of two proteases of M(r) = 50,000 and M(r) =(More)
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