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Current Enzyme Inhibition aims to publish all the latest and outstanding developments in enzyme inhibition studies with regards to the mechanisms of inhibitory processes of enzymes, recognition of active sites, and the discovery of agonists and antagonists, leading to the design and development of new drugs of significant therapeutic value. Each issue contains a series of timely, in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field, covering a range of enzymes that can be exploited for drug development. Current Enzyme Inhibition is an essential journal for every pharmaceutical and medicinal chemist who wishes to have up-to-date knowledge about each and every development in the study of enzyme inhibition.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

Volume 7, Number 1, February 2011

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Bacterial Zinc Proteases and their Inhibition
pp. 2-23(22)
Authors: T. Supuran, Claudiu; Mastrolorenzo, Antonio

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Protease Inhibitors with Antileishmanial Activity
pp. 24-31(8)
Authors: Maria de Araujo Soares, Rosangela; Lea Silva Barreto, Anna; Alexandre Curvelo, Jose; Barbosa Portela, Maristela

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Trypanosomatid Enzymes as Targets for Plant-Derived Compounds: New Perspectives for Phytotherapeutic Approaches
pp. 32-41(10)
Authors: de Almeida Rodrigues, Igor; Claudia Fernandes Amaral, Ana; do Socorro dos Santos Rosa, Maria

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Ectodomain Shedding of ACE and ACE2 as Regulators of Their Protein Functions
pp. 42-55(14)
Authors: Iwata, Michikado; H. Greenberg, Barry

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