Oligopeptidase is an enzyme that cleaves peptides but not proteins, a property that is due to its structure: the active site of this enzyme is located at the end of a narrow cavity which can only be reached by peptides. These oligopeptides, peptides, predominantely smaller than 30 amino acids in length, play essential roles as hormones, in the sur...
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<enzyme> From bacillus spaericus; acts on dipeptides and some tri- or tetrapeptides with ala-ala ... Registry number: EC 3.4.- ... (26 Jun 1999) ...
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