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4-hydroxyproline biosynthetic process
, 4-hydroxyproline anabolism
, 4-hydroxyproline synthesis
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of 4-hydroxyproline, C5H9NO3, a derivative of the amino acid proline. [GOC:ai]
National Institutes of Health
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Differentiation of endosperm transfer cells of barley: a comprehensive analysis at the micro-scale.
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
Corpus ID: 205388871
Barley endosperm cells differentiate into transfer cells (ETCs) opposite the nucellar projection. To comprehensively analyse ETC…
Differential effects of ascorbate depletion and alpha,alpha'-dipyridyl treatment on the stability, but not on the secretion, of type IV collagen in differentiated F9 cells.
Journal of cellular biochemistry
Corpus ID: 23283813
Ascorbic acid stimulates secretion of type I collagen because of its role in 4-hydroxyproline synthesis, but there is some…
Specific inactivation of prolyl 4-hydroxylase and inhibition of collagen synthesis by oxaproline-containing peptides in cultured human skin fibroblasts.
The Journal of biological chemistry
Corpus ID: 2996030
The crucial role of collagen in fibrotic disorders has prompted attempts to develop drugs that inhibit collagen accumulation…
Posttranslational modifications in the biosynthesis of type IV collagen by a human tumor cell line.
Corpus ID: 37367073
Factors responsible for the high extent of intracellular posttranslational modifications in type IV collagens were studied in a…
Prolyl 3-hydroxylase: partial characterization of the enzyme from rat kidney cortex.
European journal of biochemistry
Corpus ID: 28584718
The formation of 3-hydroxyproline was studied with crude rat kidney cortex extract as a source of enzyme and chick embryo tendon…
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