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Andrea Haag et al.
eLife, 9 (2020-02-14)
The intracellular trafficking of growth factor receptors determines the activity of their downstream signaling pathways. Here, we show that the putative HSP-90 co-chaperone CHP-1 acts as a regulator of EGFR trafficking in C. elegans. Loss of chp-1 causes the retention
Mass spectrometry of peptides and proteins using digestion by a grape cysteine protease at pH 3
Perutka Z and Sebela M
Journal of Mass Spectrometry : Jms (2019)
Arishya Sharma et al.
Autophagy, 14(11), 1976-1990 (2018-07-12)
Recent reports have made important revelations, uncovering direct regulation of DNA damage response (DDR)-associated proteins and chromatin ubiquitination (Ubn) by macroautophagy/autophagy. Here, we report a previously unexplored connection between autophagy and DDR, via a deubiquitnase (DUB), USP14. Loss of autophagy
Enhanced trypsin on a budget: Stabilization, purification and high-temperature application of inexpensive commercial trypsin for proteomics applications
Heissel S, et al.
PLoS ONE, 14 (2019)
Søren Heissel et al.
PloS one, 14(6), e0218374-e0218374 (2019-06-28)
Trypsin is by far the most commonly used protease in proteomics. Even though the amount of protease used in each experiment is very small, digestion of large amounts of protein prior to enrichment can be rather costly. The price of
Zdeněk Perutka et al.
Journal of mass spectrometry : JMS, 55(7), e4444-e4444 (2019-10-12)
Cysteine protease from grapevine (Vitis vinifera) belongs to those resistant proteins, which survive the process of vinification and can therefore be detected as wine components. Its amino acid sequence shows a homology to other members of the papain family, but
The CHORD protein CHP-1 regulates EGF receptor trafficking and signaling in C. elegans and in human cells
Haag A, et al.
eLife, 9, e50986-e50986 (2020)
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