TYSND1 cleaves AGPS

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R-HSA-9033506
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Homo sapiens
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The trypsin-like serine-type endopeptidase TYSND1 cleaves AGPS between amino acid residues 58 and 59, yielding AGPS(1-58) and AGPS(59-658) (inferred from mouse homologs). In mice, knockout of TYSND1 causes reduced localization of AGPS to the peroxisome.

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serine-type endopeptidase activity of TYSND1 [peroxisomal matrix]
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