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Fluorescent Substrate Kinetic Assay: A substrate peptide is labeled at the N-terminus with tryptophan and at the C-terminus with the fluorophore MR121 (for cathepsin D the 10 amino acid peptide WTSVLMAAPC-MR121 was used; for cathepsin E, MR121-CKLVFFAEDW was used). The fluorescent substrate cathepsin D and cathepsin E kinetic assays were performed at room temperature in 384-well microtiter plates (black with clear flat bottom, non binding surface plates from Corning) in a final volume of 51 ul. The test compounds were serially diluted in DMSO (15 concentrations, 1/3 dilution steps) and 1 ul of diluted compounds were mixed for 10 min with 40 ul of cathepsin D (from human liver, Calbiochem) diluted in assay buffer (100 mM sodium acetate, 0.05% BSA, pH 5.5; final concentration: 200 nM) or with 40 ul of recombinant human cathepsin E (R&D Systems) diluted in assay buffer (100 mM sodium acetate, 0.05% BSA, pH 4.5; final concentration: 0.01 nM). After addition of 10 ul of the cathepsin D substrate WTSVLMAAPC-MR121 diluted in cathepsin D assay buffer (final concentration: 300 nM) or 10 ul of the cathepsin E substrate MR121-CKLVFFAEDW diluted in cathepsin E assay buffer (final concentration: 300 nM), the plates were strongly shaken for 2 minutes. The enzymatic reaction was followed in a plate: vision reader (Perkin Elmer) (excitation wavelength: 630 nm; emission: 695 nm) for at least 30 minutes in a kinetic measurement detecting an increase of MR121 fluorescence during the reaction time.

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ChEMBL
Protein Target:
Cathepsin E
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