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Mammalian asparaginyl endopeptidase (AEP) or legumain is a recently identified lysosomal cysteine protease belonging to clan CD. To date it has been shown to be involved in antigen presentation within class II MHC positive cells and in pro-protein processing. Further elucidation of the biological functions of the enzyme will require potent and selective(More)
  • F L Morton
  • 1976
In 1973 public hearings of the Temporary (N.Y.) State Commission to Evaluate the Drug Laws concluded with a report which documented pervasive controversy and discrimination in employing rehabilitated or ex-addicts. To analyze local attitudes to this issue, the present study targeted the audience of a recent Symposium "Employment of the Ex-Addict", held in(More)
  • F L Morton
  • 1976
A case of active open pulmonary tuberculosis was accidently and randomly encountered in the midst of a population of middle-aged service employees. A tuberculin survey and x-ray study did not reveal transmission of disease to coworkers. This fortuitous outcome was unexpected. Hypothetical explanations are advanced to account for the extraordinarily high(More)