Functional relationship between matrix metalloproteinase-11 and matrix metalloproteinase-14

Abstract

MMP-11 is a key factor in physiopathological tissue remodeling. As an active form is secreted, its activity must be tightly regulated to avoid detrimental effects. Although TIMP-1 and TIMP-2 reversibly inhibit MMP-11, another more drastic scenario, presumably via hydrolysis, could be hypothesized. In this context, we have investigated the possible… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cam4.290

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@inproceedings{Buache2014FunctionalRB, title={Functional relationship between matrix metalloproteinase-11 and matrix metalloproteinase-14}, author={{\'E}milie Buache and Robert Thai and Corinne Wendling and Fabien Alpy and Adeline Page and Marie-Pierre Chenard and Vincent Dive and Marc Ruff and Annick Dejaegere and Catherine Tomasetto and Marie-Christine Rio}, booktitle={Cancer medicine}, year={2014} }