A calcium-activated protease possibly involved in myofibrillar protein turnover. Isolation of a low-calcium-requiring form of the protease.

@article{Dayton1981ACP,
  title={A calcium-activated protease possibly involved in myofibrillar protein turnover. Isolation of a low-calcium-requiring form of the protease.},
  author={William R Dayton and J V Schollmeyer and Robert A. Lepley and Lu{\'i}sa Cortes},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1981},
  volume={659 1},
  pages={48-61}
}
Two forms of calcium-activated neutral protease were isolated and purified from porcine skeletal muscle. The two forms of the protease differ markedly in their requirement for calcium with the low-calcium-requiring form showing one-half maximal activation at 45 micro M calcium while the high-calcium-requiring form shows one-half maximal activation at 0.74 micro M calcium. Additionally, they chromatograph differently on DEAE-cellulose, exhibit different mobilities in electrophoresis in a… CONTINUE READING
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