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Ca2+
calcium-dependent cysteine protease
Ca2+
calcium-dependent, increase of amount of bound calpain 1 by calcium binding to titin
Ca2+
calpain 1 is activated by micromolar calcium concentrations
Ca2+
calpain I is a calcium-dependent protease
Ca2+
calpain1 is a calcium ion-dependent cysteine protease
Ca2+
dependent on (0.002-0.02 mM). At resting [Ca2+], mu-calpain is present predominantly in its full-length, unautolysed/unactivated forms. Once activated, mu-calpain appears in its autolysed form. Endogenously expressed mu-calpain is activated within a physiological [Ca2+] range in a Ca2+- and time-dependent manner. Autolysed mu-calpain isoforms have a greater Ca2+ sensitivity than the full-length 80000 Da isoform
Ca2+
dependent on, 100% activity at concentrations higher than 0.04 mM
Ca2+
dependent on, dysfunctional mitochondria increase cytosolic calcium, thereby inducing calpain activation
Ca2+
dimeric calpain I requires 0.002 mM for half-maximal activation and 0.01 mM for maximal activation. The 70000 Da monomeric calpain I requires only 0.001 mM Ca2+ for half-maximal activity
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