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Aspartic proteinase

Involved in the breakdown of propeptides of storage proteins in protein-storage vacuoles.

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Aspartic proteinase 3

Also known as Aspartic proteinase 3 (Proprotein convertase) (Yapsin-1).
Cleaves proteins C-terminally to mono- and paired-basic residues. Involved in the shedding of a subset of GPI-anchored plasma membrane proteins from the cell surface, including itself, GAS1 and MSB2. May also play a role in the maturation of GPI-mannoproteins associated with the cell wall. Can process the alpha-mating factor precursor. Required for cell wall integrity.

Aspartic proteinase CDR1

Also known as Aspartic proteinase CDR1 (Protein CONSTITUTIVE DISEASE RESISTANCE 1).
Encodes a protein with aspartic protease activity (also known as aspartate-type endopeptidase activity). Overexpression of the gene was shown to lead to salicylic acid (SA)-mediated disease resistance upon exposure to the pathogen Pseudomonas syringae. Moreover, overexpression of this gene led to the upregulation of two pathogenesis-related genes PR1 and PR2. This upregulation was no longer observed in transgenic lines expressing the bacterial NahG gene encoding a hydroxylase suppressing SA accumulation.

Aspartic proteinase PCS1

Also known as Aspartic proteinase PCS1 (Aspartic protease 38) (AtASP38) (Protein EMBRYO DEFECTIVE 24) (Protein PROMOTION OF CELL SURVIVAL 1).
encodes an aspartic protease, has an important role in determining cell fate during embryonic development and in reproduction processes. The loss-of-function mutation of PCS1 causes degeneration of both male and female gametophytes and excessive cell death of developing embryos during torpedo stage.

Aspartic proteinase sxa1

Involved in degradation or processing of the mating pheromones. Its loss may cause a persistent response to the pheromones. It may cleave the mating pheromone M-factor. May be involved in processing of zymogens that are required for zygote formation.

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