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Induction of auto-antibodies to Cathepsin B.
Because tumours are comprised of "self" cells and antigens, they escape recognition by the immune system, which discriminates between "self" and "non-self". One such antigen is cathepsin B, a lysosomal cysteine proteinase, ...
A study of the role of redox potential in lysosomal function.
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A study of proteinases of invasive cells using cryoultramicrotomy and immunogold labelling.
This study forms part of an investigation into the possible relevance of the lysosomal proteinases, cathepsins B, H, Land D, in cancer cell invasion. In this study, the main technique adopted was the Tokuyasu "cryo" ...
Redox properties of cathepsin B in relation to its activity in vivo.
The main site for protein degradation along the endosomal pathway is believed to be the late endosome. Lysosomes are thought to be storage organelles that, when necessary, inject proteases into the late endosome. It was ...