Matrix Metalloproteinase 3
Subject Areas on Research
- A multidisciplinary approach to probing enthalpy-entropy compensation and the interfacial mobility model.
- A single step purification for autolytic zinc proteinases.
- ATP modulates load-inducible IL-1beta, COX 2, and MMP-3 gene expression in human tendon cells.
- Alterations in gene expression induced by cyclic mechanical stress in trabecular meshwork cells.
- An enthalpic basis of additivity in biphenyl hydroxamic acid ligands for stromelysin-1.
- Bone-related genes expressed in advanced malignancies induce invasion and metastasis in a genetically defined human cancer model.
- Circulating markers of vascular injury and angiogenesis in antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitis.
- Doxycycline shows dose-dependent changes in hernia repair strength after mesh repair.
- Kinetics and physiologic relevance of the inactivation of alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor, alpha 1-antichymotrypsin, and antithrombin III by matrix metalloproteinases-1 (tissue collagenase), -2 (72-kDa gelatinase/type IV collagenase), and -3 (stromelysin).
- Peripheral blood levels of matrix metalloproteinases in patients referred for percutaneous balloon mitral valve commissurotomy.
- Positive selection on MMP3 regulation has shaped heart disease risk.
- Serum proteins reflecting inflammation, injury and repair as biomarkers of disease activity in ANCA-associated vasculitis.
- Single nucleotide polymorphisms of matrix metallopeptidase 3 and risk of gliomas in a Chinese Han population.
- Sustained intra-articular delivery of IL-1RA from a thermally-responsive elastin-like polypeptide as a therapy for post-traumatic arthritis.
- Therapeutic potential of AAV-mediated MMP-3 secretion from corneal endothelium in treating glaucoma.
- Up-regulated expression of extracellular matrix remodeling genes in phagocytically challenged trabecular meshwork cells.
- Use of a multiple-enzyme/multiple-reagent assay system to quantify activity levels in samples containing mixtures of matrix metalloproteinases.
- Why Do Osteochondral Allografts Survive? Comparative Analysis of Cartilage Biochemical Properties Unveils a Molecular Basis for Durability.
Keywords of People
- Wray, Gregory Allan, Professor of Biology, Evolutionary Anthropology