Ecto-enzymes: physiology meets pathology.


Ecto-enzymes are catalytic membrane proteins with their active sites outside the cell. They include cholinesterase, which inactivates acetylcholine, and angiotensin-converting enzyme, which converts angiotensin I to biologically active angiotensin II, and numerous other peptidases, transpeptidases, nucleotidases, phosphodiesterases, and phosphatases. Many… (More)


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@article{Goding2000EctoenzymesPM, title={Ecto-enzymes: physiology meets pathology.}, author={James W. Goding}, journal={Journal of leukocyte biology}, year={2000}, volume={67 3}, pages={285-311} }