Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics
Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics fosters progress in comprehending the nature of the biochemical and biophysical mechanisms underlying the control of cellular physiological homeostasis and the consequences of its perturbation. Reports span the disciplines of modern biochemistry and chemistry, biophysics and cell physiology, physics and engineering, molecular and structural biology and the medical sciences. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between molecular structure and the nature of the specific property/function under investigation. CBB publishes articles describing the quantitative utilization of and innovative developments in: genetic and biomolecular engineering; computer analysis of tissues, cells, cell networks, organelles, and molecular/macromolecular assemblies; research in and development of photometric, spectroscopic, microscopic, mechanical, and electrical methodologies/techniques in analytical cytology and cytometry, as well as innovation in instrument design.
Highly Conserved Arg Residue of ERFNIN Motif of Pro-Domain is Important for pH-Induced Zymogen Activation Process in Cysteine Cathepsins K and L
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- Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics
- Volume 1 / 1979 - Volume 75 / 2017
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