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Calpains constitute a family of intracellular calcium-dependent cysteine proteases.
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Characterization of a related mouse gene and comparison of the protein to the human protein.
Collectively, these results reveal a novel role of CRMP-3 (zeige DPYSL4 Proteine) in that calpain cleavage of CRMP-3 (zeige DPYSL4 Proteine) and the subsequent nuclear translocation of the truncated CRMP-3 (zeige DPYSL4 Proteine) evokes neuronal death in response to excitotoxicity and cerebral ischemia.
Results demonstrate that calpain 11 is expressed specifically in the mouse testis.
Calpains constitute a family of intracellular calcium-dependent cysteine proteases. There are eight members in this superfamily. They consist of a variable 80 kDa subunit and an invariant 30 kDa subunit. This calpain protein appears to have protease activity and calcium-binding ability. A similar mouse protein may play a functional role in spermatogenesis and in the regulation of calcium-dependent signal transduction events during meiosis.
, calpain 11
, CANP 11
, calcium-activated neutral proteinase 11
, calcium-dependent thiol protease