Mouse homologue of skin-specific retroviral-like aspartic protease involved in wrinkle formation.

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Retroviral proteases are encoded in the retroviral genome and are responsible for maturation and assembly of infectious virus particles. A number of retroviral protease sequences with retroviral elements are integrated in every eukaryotic genome as endogenous retroviruses. Recently, retroviral-like aspartic proteases that were not embedded within endogenous… (More)

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@article{Matsui2006MouseHO, title={Mouse homologue of skin-specific retroviral-like aspartic protease involved in wrinkle formation.}, author={Takeshi Matsui and Yoko Kinoshita-Ida and Fumie Hayashi-Kisumi and Masaki Hata and Kaho Matsubara and Megumi Chiba and Sayaka Katahira-Tayama and Kazumasa Morita and Yoshiki Miyachi and Shoichiro Tsukita}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={2006}, volume={281 37}, pages={27512-25} }