S. M. El-Deeb

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One of the consequences of increased intracellular calcium in response to a variety of physiological stimuli is the calcium activation of cytosolic proteases. Unlike lysosomal proteases with broad specificity, these calcium-activated neutral proteases show limited proteolysis of a restricted set of substrate proteins suggesting they may play a regulatory(More)
We have isolated a 105-kDa membrane glycoprotein expressed by subsets of developing chick neurons. This glycoprotein, identified by the JC7 monoclonal antibody, is present on the surface of axons and cell bodies of developing spinal motor neurons, dorsal root ganglion sensory neurons, sympathetic and parasympathetic neurons, and a small subset of brain(More)
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