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1. Substrate/propeptide-derived endo-epoxysuccinyl peptides as highly potent and selective cathepsin B inhibitors


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2. Inhibition of ATPase, GTPase and adenylate kinase activities of the second nucleotide-binding fold of the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator by genistein.

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3. Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived cathepsin B inhibitors: Modulating membrane permeability by conjugation with the C-terminal heptapeptide segment of penetratin


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4. Epoxysuccinyl peptide-derived affinity labels for cathepsin B


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5. beta-cyclodextrin/epoxysuccinyl peptide conjugates: new drug targeting system for tumor cells


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6. Enzymatically active cathepsin B dissociating from its inhibitor complexes is elevated in blood plasma of patients wih septic shock and some malignant tumors


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7. Proteolysis of defensive proteins in peritonitis exudate


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8. Lysosomal cysteine proteinases as mediators of inflammation and tumor spread


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9. Leukozytäre Proteinasen und Hämostasestörung bei der Sepsis


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10. Calpastatin exon 1B-derived peptide, a selective inhibitor of calpain: Enhancing cell permeability by conjugation with penetratin


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