S Marmorstein

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Cardiac hypertrophy is characterized, among others, by the molecular events which selectively activate the expression of genes for contractile proteins within individual myocardial cells. As such, myosin light chain 2 (MLC-2), which is upregulated in the hypertrophic state in both rat and human, serves as a marker for hypertrophy. In an attempt to(More)
Reticulocytes contain non-lysosomal ATP dependent proteolytic activity which appears important in degrading abnormal proteins as well as certain organelles. ATP acts to repress an endogenous protease inhibitor activity by a process requiring the polypeptide ubiquitin. Free epsilon amino groups on substrates are important for recognition by the full(More)
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