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Abbreviation : EP
Long Form : endopeptidase
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2012 Enteropeptidase: a gene associated with a starvation human phenotype and a novel target for obesity treatment. ---
2012 Interaction of protein C inhibitor with the type II transmembrane serine protease enteropeptidase. LMWH, PCI, UFH
2009 Characterisation of the R3/1 cell line as an alveolar epithelial cell model for drug disposition studies. ACE, AP, DEX, GGT, IFM, RT-PCR, TEER
2007 Specificity of the medaka enteropeptidase serine protease and its usefulness as a biotechnological tool for fusion-protein cleavage. ---
2006 Combined effects of water stress and high temperature on photosynthesis, nitrogen metabolism and lipid peroxidation of a perennial grass Leymus chinensis. GS, MDA, NR
2003 Expression of enteropeptidase in differentiated enterocytes, goblet cells, and the tumor cells in human duodenum. ---
1999 Autolysis of bovine enteropeptidase heavy chain: evidence of fragment 118-465 involvement in trypsinogen activation. ---
1996 Role of bradykinin receptors in the renal effects of inhibition of angiotensin converting enzyme and endopeptidases 24.11 and 24.15 in conscious rabbits. ---
1990 Inhibition of endopeptidase 24.15 greatly increases the release of luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone in response to luteinizing hormone/releasing hormone. FSH, LH, LHRH
10  1990 Some aspects of protease production by a strain of Streptococcus sanguis. Arg
11  1989 Inhibition of endopeptidase 24.15 slows the in vivo degradation of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone. LHRH
12  1988 Characterization of monoclonal antibodies specific for rabbit renal brush-border hydrolases: application to immunohistological localization. ACE, AP, BB, DPP-IV
13  1984 Clinical significance of enzymatic deficiencies in the gastrointestinal tract with particular reference to lactase deficiency. SI