Defining the boundaries of the testis angiotensin I-converting enzyme ectodomain.

Abstract

Numerous cytokines, receptors, and ectoenzymes, including angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE), are shed from the cell surface by limited proteolysis at the juxtamembrane stalk region. The membrane-proximal C domain of ACE has been implicated in sheddase-substrate recognition. We mapped the functional boundaries of the testis ACE ectodomain (identical to… (More)

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@article{Chubb2002DefiningTB, title={Defining the boundaries of the testis angiotensin I-converting enzyme ectodomain.}, author={Anthony J. Chubb and Sylva L. U. Schwager and Zenda L Woodman and Mario R. W. Ehlers and Edward D. Sturrock}, journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications}, year={2002}, volume={297 5}, pages={1225-30} }