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primary role of calpain 1 and calpain 3 in meat tenderization
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enzyme is involved in myofibrillar protein degradation
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prednisolone suppresses ischemia-reperfusion injury of the rat liver. Its cytoprotective effect is partial, but is closely associated with inhibition of activation of mu-calpain and suppression of IL-beta and TNF-alpha transcription as well as with improved survival rate
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because the calcium concentration in postmortem muscle is high enough to activate mu-calpain, but not m-calpain, it seems reasonable to conclude that mu-calpain is responsible for postmortem degradation of calpastatin. Degradation of calpastatin by mu-calpain reduces calpain-inhibitory activity and is probably an important event in regulation of postmortem proteolysis, and, thus, meat tenderness
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age-dependent myelin degeneration and proteolysis of oligodendrocyte proteins is associated with the activation of calpain-1
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the enzyme mediates tissue injury following post-ischemic and post-traumatic stress
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mu-calpain, m-calpain, 20S proteasome, dipeptidyl peptidase II and III and soluble alanyl aminopeptidase are thought to induce lens opacification kinetically during cataract formation in Shumiya cataract rats through the intracellular turnover of lens proteins
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translational expression of mu-calpain is up-regulated by 462.5% in MW white matter compared with controls. mu-Calpain activity and translational expression are not increased significantly in white matter from patients with Parkinson‘s or Alzheimer diseases compared with that of normal controls. Because calpain degrades all major myelin proteins, the increased activity and expression of this proteinase may play a critical role in myelinolysis in MS
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calpain mediates calcium-induced activation of the Erk1,2 MAPK pathway and cytoskeletal phosphorylation in neurons
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calpain-1 regulates Bax and subsequent Smac-dependent caspase-3 activation in neutrophil apoptosis
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