Proteases Serine proteases are a group of enzymes responsible for the breakdown of proteins. They work by cutting the peptide bonds that connect amino acids together to form proteins. Serine proteases are important for a variety of cellular processes, including digestion and immunity. They are also used in laboratory research to study the structure and function of proteins. Serine proteases are widely studied and have been used in many drug development and medical treatments, including cancer therapy, antiviral treatments, and treatments for conditions associated with genetic disorders.

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Editor: Julia Piccoli, University of Sao Paulo-UNESP
Publication Type: Open Access Journal
Description: International Journal of Amino Acids encourages author to submit manuscripts to the journal for evaluation, from all fields of amino acid and protein research: analysis, separation, synthesis, biosynthesis, cross linking amino acids, racemization/enantiomers, modification of amino acids as phosphorylation, methylation, acetylation of amino acids.