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Purification and characterization of trypsin from the poikilotherm Gadus morhua.
The higher catalytic efficiency (kcat/Km) of Atlantic codtrypsin as compared to bovine trypsin may reflect an evolutionary adaptation of the poikilothermic species to low environmental temperatures.
Hemorrhagic metalloproteinases from snake venoms.
Structural and kinetic properties of chymotrypsin from Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Comparison with bovine chymotrypsin.
cDNA sequences for four snake venom metalloproteinases: structure, classification, and their relationship to mammalian reproductive proteins.
Comparison of the translated open reading frames to the mature protein sequences gives evidence for post-translational processing at both the amino and carboxyl termini, and protein sequences in the zymogen region support the hypothesis of a cysteine-switch type mechanism of maintaining latency.
Catalytic properties and chemical composition of pepsins from Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).
Characterization of a collagenolytic serine proteinase from the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).
Snake venom metalloendopeptidases: reprolysins.
Degradation of extracellular matrix proteins by hemorrhagic metalloproteinases.
Properties of elastase from Atlantic cod, a cold-adapted proteinase.
Hemorrhagic toxins from rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) venom. Pathogenesis of hemorrhage induced by three purified toxins.
The experimental injection of three purified hemorrhagic toxins induced hemorrhage by the same mechanism as does the crude venom, ie, per rhexis, in addition, one of the toxins, hemorrhagic toxin beta, causes myonecrosis.