INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES

KNAUPER V, TRIEBEL S, REINKE H, Tschesche H (1991)
FEBS LETTERS 290(1-2): 99-102.

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Highly purified human polymorphonuclear (PMN) leucocyte matrix metalloproteinases, collagenase and gelatinase, cleaved human plasma Cl-inhibitor at the carboxyl site of Ala439 (P6). This led to a concomitant loss of Cl-inhibitor activity. An additional cleavage site, at the carboxyl site of Ser441 (P4), was observed during PMN leucocyte gelatinase-induced inactivation, and a minor fragment of the plasma Cl-inhibitor was generated.
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KNAUPER V, TRIEBEL S, REINKE H, Tschesche H. INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES. FEBS LETTERS. 1991;290(1-2):99-102.
KNAUPER, V., TRIEBEL, S., REINKE, H., & Tschesche, H. (1991). INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES. FEBS LETTERS, 290(1-2), 99-102.
KNAUPER, V., TRIEBEL, S., REINKE, H., and Tschesche, H. (1991). INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES. FEBS LETTERS 290, 99-102.
KNAUPER, V., et al., 1991. INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES. FEBS LETTERS, 290(1-2), p 99-102.
V. KNAUPER, et al., “INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES”, FEBS LETTERS, vol. 290, 1991, pp. 99-102.
KNAUPER, V., TRIEBEL, S., REINKE, H., Tschesche, H.: INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES. FEBS LETTERS. 290, 99-102 (1991).
KNAUPER, V, TRIEBEL, S, REINKE, H, and Tschesche, Harald. “INACTIVATION OF HUMAN PLASMA CL-INHIBITOR BY HUMAN-PMN LEUKOCYTE MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES”. FEBS LETTERS 290.1-2 (1991): 99-102.
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