Identification, Molecular Characterization and Alternative Splicing of Three Novel Members of the Canine Kallikrein (Klk)-related Peptidase Family.

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BACKGROUND/AIM Kallikrein-related peptidases (KLKs) comprise a serine protease family with prominent roles in tissue physiology and disease pathogenesis, including cancer. Previously, we have characterized canine Klk4-10 and -14. Herein, we continue our efforts by characterizing three novel members of the canine family, i.e. Klk11-13, and investigating… (More)

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@article{Angelopoulou2015IdentificationMC, title={Identification, Molecular Characterization and Alternative Splicing of Three Novel Members of the Canine Kallikrein (Klk)-related Peptidase Family.}, author={Katerina Angelopoulou and George S Karagiannis}, journal={Anticancer research}, year={2015}, volume={35 5}, pages={2715-23} }