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Structure of human hyaluronidase-1, a hyaluronan hydrolyzing enzyme involved in tumor growth and angiogenesis.
Mammalian hyaluronidases hydrolyze hyaluronan, a polysaccharide of diverse physiological roles found in all tissues and body fluids. In addition to its function in normal cellular hyaluronan… Expand
Myospryn Is a Direct Transcriptional Target for MEF2A That Encodes a Striated Muscle, α-Actinin-interacting, Costamere-localized Protein*
- J. Durham, Ondra M Brand, +5 authors F. Naya
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of Biological Chemistry
- 10 March 2006
The full repertoire of proteins that comprise the striated muscle Z-disc and peripheral structures, such as the costamere, have yet to be discovered. Recent studies suggest that this elaborate… Expand
Comparison of the chemical and thermal denaturation of proteins by a two-state transition model.
- J. Ramprakash, V. Doseeva, +7 authors F. Schwarz
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Analytical biochemistry
- 1 March 2008
The conformational stabilities of eight proteins in terms of the free energy differences between the native "folded" state of the protein and its "unfolded" state were determined at 298 K by two… Expand