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Exopeptidases
(Exoproteases)


A sub-subclass of peptide hydrolases that act only near the ends of polypeptide chains. exopeptidases are further divided into aminopeptidases; EC 3.4.11; dipeptidases; EC 3.4.13; dipeptidyl peptidases & tripeptidyl peptidases, EC 3.4.14; peptidyl-dipeptidases, EC 3.4.15; carboxypeptidases; EC 3.4.16 - EC 3.4.18, and omega peptidases, EC 3.4.19. EC 3.4.-.

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substrates that enter the
substrates that enter the
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cleavage by <b>exopeptidases</b>
cleavage by exopeptidases
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<b>exopeptidases</b> cleave exterior
exopeptidases cleave exterior
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<b>exopeptidases</b>
exopeptidases
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<b>exopeptidases</b> and
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Endopeptidases & <b>Exopeptidases</b>
Endopeptidases & Exopeptidases
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Detecting protease enzymes
Detecting protease enzymes
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ExopeptidaseTripeptidyl peptidase IIAngiotensin-converting enzymeAngiotensin-converting enzyme 2ErepsinMetalloexopeptidaseAPRA RebeldeAPRAApra HarborAustralian Professional Rodeo Association

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