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malfunction
overexpression of AARE/OPH exhibits no apparent effect on the level of oxidized proteins because wild types have inherently high AARE/OPH activity; the AtAARE-suppressed plants using RNAi became susceptible to oxidative stress corresponding to enhanced accumulation of oxidized proteins
malfunction
transgenic overexpression of APH results in crystallin cleavage, impaired lens development, and cataract
metabolism
the existence of the acylamino acid-releasing enzyme in archaea suggests that the mechanisms of protein degradation or initiation of protein synthesis or both in archaea may be similar to those in eukaryotes
physiological function
APH is involved in the generation of peptides that have the potential to induce protein aggregation
physiological function
AtAARE contributes to eliminate oxidized proteins to sustain the antioxidant system in the cytoplasm
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