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LOX: A prime enzyme
LOX is a copper-dependent amine oxidase enzyme that executes post-translational oxidative deamination on peptidyl lysine residues in precursors of fibrous collagen and elastin. LOX is secreted into the extracellular environment in an inactive form, wh... Read full blog post.
Understanding DNA Recombination with Cre-Lox
Cyclization recombination enzyme (Cre) is a member of the extensive family of recombinases and recognizes a 34 bp sequence motif from PI bacteriophage referred to as LoxP. The Cre enzyme works to cleanly excise an intervening DNA fragment that is flan... Read full blog post.
Cre/Lox: The Genomic Utility Knife
Cre (Cyclization recombination enzyme) is a member of the large family of recombinases. Cre recognizes Lox site loxP, a 34 bp sequence motif from the PI bateriophage. If a DNA segment is flanked by two loxP sites in the same orientation, Cre neatly ex... Read full blog post.
LOX propeptide: A novel peptide cancer therapeutic
Lysyl oxidase, also known as LOX, is a copper-dependent enzyme that cross-links collagen and elastin through the oxidative deamination of peptidyl lysine (collagen and elastin) and hydroxylysine (collagen only) residues, thereby playing a critical rol... Read full blog post.