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Title: Protease inhibitors from marine sponge and sponge-associated microorganisms
Authors: Tran, Thi Hong
Ton, That Huu Dat
Pham, Viet Cuong
Nguyen, Thi Kim Cuc
Keywords: Action mechanisms
Marine sponge
Protease inhibitors
Sponge-associated microorganisms
Issue Date: 2018
Series/Report no.: Vietnam Journal of Science and Technology;Vol.56 – No.04 .- P.405–423
Abstract: Protease inhibitors are proteins or peptides inhibiting the activity of protease and constitute a very important mechanism for regulating protease activity. So far, protease inhibitors have been used for the study of enzyme structures and reaction mechanisms, but recently they have also been used in pharmaceutical, agricultural and industrial fields. Compared to terrestrial counterparts, marine environment possesses their unique characters, therefore, they are capable of producing a wide range of novel bioactive compounds including protease inhibitors. In our review, a brief overview of protease inhibitors (e.g., classification, mechanisms, and characteristics of protease inhibitor) and protease inhibitors from marine sponges and sponge-associated microorganisms has been reviewed.
ISSN: 2525-2518
Appears in Collections:Vietnam journal of science and technology

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