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N-glycosylation of carnosinase influences protein secretion and enzyme activity: implications for hyperglycemia.

Riedl E., Koeppel H., Pfister F., Peters V., Sauerhoefer S., Sternik P., Brinkkoetter P., Zentgraf H., Navis G., Henning R.H. et al.

Diabetes 59:1984-1990(2010) · Mapped (3)

Carnosine as a protective factor in diabetic nephropathy: association with a leucine repeat of the carnosinase gene CNDP1.

Janssen B., Hohenadel D., Brinkkoetter P., Peters V., Rind N., Fischer C., Rychlik I., Cerna M., Romzova M., de Heer E. et al.

Diabetes 54:2320-2327(2005) · UniProtKB (1) · Mapped (2)

A CTG polymorphism in the CNDP1 gene determines the secretion of serum carnosinase in Cos-7 transfected cells.

Riedl E., Koeppel H., Brinkkoetter P., Sternik P., Steinbeisser H., Sauerhoefer S., Janssen B., van der Woude F.J., Yard B.A.

Diabetes 56:2410-2413(2007) · Mapped (3)

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