cardosin B protein, Cynara cardunculus
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In cardoon pistils, while cardosin A is detected in the vacuoles of stigmatic papillae, cardosin B accumulates in the… Expand Cardosin A is an RGD‐containing aspartic proteinase from the stigmatic papillae of Cynara cardunculus L. A putative cardosin A… Expand Abstract The enzymatic hydrolysis of the major whey proteins, namely β-lactoglobulin (β-Lg) and α-lactalbumin (α-La), was… Expand Cardosins A and B are related aspartic proteinases from the pistils of Cynara cardunculus L., whose milk-clotting activity has… Expand Abstract In the present research effort, production of derivatives of cardosin A (a plant protease) encompassing full… Expand In the Iberian Peninsula, the proteinases present in the flowers of members of the Cynara genus, C. cardunculus, C. humilis and C… Expand Aspartic proteinases (AP) have been widely studied within the living world, but so far no plant AP have been structurally… Expand Cardosin A is an abundant aspartic proteinase from pistils of Cynara cardunculus L. whose milk-clotting activity has been… Expand Abstract. The function of aspartic proteinases (EC 3.4.23) present in flowers of Cynara species is still unknown. Cardosin A, as… Expand Two new aspartic proteinases have been isolated from stigmas of the cardoon Cynara cardunculus L. by a two-step purification… Expand