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Cathepsin L expression and regulation in human abdominal aortic aneurysm, atherosclerosis, and vascular cells.

Liu J, Sukhova GK, Yang JT, Sun J, Ma L, Ren A, Xu WH, Fu H, Dolganov GM, Hu C, Libby P, Shi GP.

Atherosclerosis. 2006 Feb;184(2):302-11. Epub 2005 Jun 27.


Recombinant human procathepsin S is capable of autocatalytic processing at neutral pH in the presence of glycosaminoglycans.

Vasiljeva O, Dolinar M, Pungercar JR, Turk V, Turk B.

FEBS Lett. 2005 Feb 14;579(5):1285-90. Epub 2005 Jan 22.


Cathepsin L-deficient mice exhibit abnormal skin and bone development and show increased resistance to osteoporosis following ovariectomy.

Potts W, Bowyer J, Jones H, Tucker D, Freemont AJ, Millest A, Martin C, Vernon W, Neerunjun D, Slynn G, Harper F, Maciewicz R.

Int J Exp Pathol. 2004 Apr;85(2):85-96.


Mast cell dipeptidyl peptidase I mediates survival from sepsis.

Mallen-St Clair J, Pham CT, Villalta SA, Caughey GH, Wolters PJ.

J Clin Invest. 2004 Feb;113(4):628-34.


Structure of human dipeptidyl peptidase I (cathepsin C): exclusion domain added to an endopeptidase framework creates the machine for activation of granular serine proteases.

Turk D, Janjić V, Stern I, Podobnik M, Lamba D, Dahl SW, Lauritzen C, Pedersen J, Turk V, Turk B.

EMBO J. 2001 Dec 3;20(23):6570-82.


Human recombinant pro-dipeptidyl peptidase I (cathepsin C) can be activated by cathepsins L and S but not by autocatalytic processing.

Dahl SW, Halkier T, Lauritzen C, Dolenc I, Pedersen J, Turk V, Turk B.

Biochemistry. 2001 Feb 13;40(6):1671-8.


Dipeptidyl peptidase I is essential for activation of mast cell chymases, but not tryptases, in mice.

Wolters PJ, Pham CT, Muilenburg DJ, Ley TJ, Caughey GH.

J Biol Chem. 2001 May 25;276(21):18551-6. Epub 2001 Feb 23.


Mutations of the cathepsin C gene are responsible for Papillon-Lefèvre syndrome.

Hart TC, Hart PS, Bowden DW, Michalec MD, Callison SA, Walker SJ, Zhang Y, Firatli E.

J Med Genet. 1999 Dec;36(12):881-7.


Loss-of-function mutations in the cathepsin C gene result in periodontal disease and palmoplantar keratosis.

Toomes C, James J, Wood AJ, Wu CL, McCormick D, Lench N, Hewitt C, Moynihan L, Roberts E, Woods CG, Markham A, Wong M, Widmer R, Ghaffar KA, Pemberton M, Hussein IR, Temtamy SA, Davies R, Read AP, Sloan P, Dixon MJ, Thakker NS.

Nat Genet. 1999 Dec;23(4):421-4.


Cathepsin S required for normal MHC class II peptide loading and germinal center development.

Shi GP, Villadangos JA, Dranoff G, Small C, Gu L, Haley KJ, Riese R, Ploegh HL, Chapman HA.

Immunity. 1999 Feb;10(2):197-206.


Regulated expression, processing, and secretion of dog mast cell dipeptidyl peptidase I.

Wolters PJ, Raymond WW, Blount JL, Caughey GH.

J Biol Chem. 1998 Jun 19;273(25):15514-20.


Structural and functional aspects of papain-like cysteine proteinases and their protein inhibitors.

Turk B, Turk V, Turk D.

Biol Chem. 1997 Mar-Apr;378(3-4):141-50. Review.


Autocatalytic activation of human cathepsin K.

McQueney MS, Amegadzie BY, D'Alessio K, Hanning CR, McLaughlin MM, McNulty D, Carr SA, Ijames C, Kurdyla J, Jones CS.

J Biol Chem. 1997 May 23;272(21):13955-60.


Oligomeric structure and substrate induced inhibition of human cathepsin C.

Dolenc I, Turk B, Pungercic G, Ritonja A, Turk V.

J Biol Chem. 1995 Sep 15;270(37):21626-31.


Interleukin 3: A differentiation and growth factor for the mouse mast cell that contains chondroitin sulfate E proteoglycan.

Razin E, Ihle JN, Seldin D, Mencia-Huerta JM, Katz HR, LeBlanc PA, Hein A, Caulfield JP, Austen KF, Stevens RL.

J Immunol. 1984 Mar;132(3):1479-86.


An acid protease secreted by transformed cells interferes with antigen processing.

McCoy K, Gal S, Schwartz RH, Gottesman MM.

J Cell Biol. 1988 Jun;106(6):1879-84.


Molecular cloning and expression of human alveolar macrophage cathepsin S, an elastinolytic cysteine protease.

Shi GP, Munger JS, Meara JP, Rich DH, Chapman HA.

J Biol Chem. 1992 Apr 15;267(11):7258-62.

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