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A matrix composed of supramolecular assemblies of lysosomal enzymes and lipids which forms at a pH of 5.0 within the lysosome. [PMID:9395337]
National Institutes of Health
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Identification of novel lysosomal matrix proteins by proteome analysis
Kudzai E. Mutenda
Corpus ID: 39456496
The lysosomal matrix is estimated to contain about 50 different proteins. Most of the matrix proteins are acid hydrolases that…
Supramolecular assemblies from lysosomal matrix proteins and complex lipids.
S. Wattiaux‐De Coninck
European journal of biochemistry
Corpus ID: 45889817
Most lysosomal hydrolases are soluble enzymes. Lamp-II (lysosome-associated membrane protein-II) is a major constituent of the…
Relationship between medium pH and that of the lysosomal matrix as studied by two independent methods.
Biochimica et biophysica acta
Corpus ID: 30249815
1. The method of estimating the intralysosomal pH by measuring the distribution of [14C]methylamine in lysosomes isolated from…
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