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    • CALCIUM AND PHOSPHATE DISPOSITION IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE 

      Zelt, Jason (2015-09-08)
      Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Vascular calcification (VC) is the most prevalent form of cardiovascular disease in this population and the attributable ...
    • CALPAIN 2 ACTIVATION, AUTOLYSIS, AND SUBUNIT DISSOCIATION 

      Chou, Jordan (2010-10-25)
      Calpains are calcium-dependent, intracellular, multi-domain cysteine proteases involved in many physiological functions regulated by calcium signaling, including cell motility. How calpains are activated in the cell is ...
    • REGULATION OF CALPAIN 2 BY CALPASTATIN 

      Hanna, Rachel (2010-04-30)
      Calpains are a family of intracellular cysteine proteases activated by calcium. They participate in many processes including cell motility, cell cycle progression and cell death, in response to calcium signaling. Because ...
    • REGULATORY DOMAINS OF THE HUMAN CALPAIN FAMILY 

      RAVULAPALLI, RAVIKIRAN (2009-12-03)
      Calpains are intracellular enzymes that merge cysteine protease and calcium sensing activities together in one molecule. They respond to Ca2+ signals and modify the activity of their targets by selective proteolysis. ...