Multiplicity of aspartic proteinases from Cynara cardunculus L.

@article{Sarmento2009MultiplicityOA,
  title={Multiplicity of aspartic proteinases from Cynara cardunculus L.},
  author={Ana Cristina Sarmento and Henrique Barros Lopes and Claudia Suellen Oliveira and Rui Vitorino and Bart Samyn and Kjell Sergeant and Griet Debyser and Jozef Van Beeumen and Pedro Domingues and Francisco Ml Amado and Euclides Vieyras Pires and M Ros{\'a}rio M Domingues and Marlene Barros},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2009},
  volume={230},
  pages={429-439}
}
Aspartic proteinases (AP) play major roles in physiologic and pathologic scenarios in a wide range of organisms from vertebrates to plants or viruses. The present work deals with the purification and characterisation of four new APs from the cardoon Cynara cardunculus L., bringing the number of APs that have been isolated, purified and biochemically characterised from this organism to nine. This is, to our knowledge, one of the highest number of APs purified from a single organism, consistent… CONTINUE READING
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